Adult chat avatars
Another user (anonymously) told me it bothers them, so I figured I'd bring it to discussion here.The link to the user profile is omitted to prevent irrelevant voting backlash and/or otherwise so common in meta.
Second Life users (also called residents) create virtual representations of themselves, called avatars, and are able to interact with places, objects, and other avatars.I would really appreciate it if you would not make this discussion about the user (and make them easy to find) but rather about the topic of political avatars.I fully understand that it's well within your right to choose not to honor my request.Second Life also has its own virtual currency, the Linden Dollar, which is exchangeable with real world currency.Built into the software is a 3D modeling tool based on simple geometric shapes, that allows residents to build virtual objects.Match & meet friends for 3D chat with Romance, flirt, hugs, kisses and more...
In your own home it is your free decision about virtuality and making it real. You are creating this revolutionary 3D world on your own PC - always available to you.
The Second Life terms of service provide that users retain copyright for any content they create, and the server and client provide simple digital rights management (DRM) functions.
In 1999, Philip Rosedale formed Linden Lab with the intention of developing computer hardware to allow people to become immersed in a virtual world.
In its earliest form, the company struggled to produce a commercial version of the hardware, known as "The Rig", which in prototype form was seen as a clunky steel contraption with computer monitors worn on shoulders.
: I am an Israeli from the "other side", our chat was pleasant and on a positive note, we discussed several things some related to Java Script and some related to politics and philosophy in the Java Script chat room.
I don't have any issues with the avatar or politically/religiously focused avatars, i just disagree with the idea of impersonating a public figure and attaching it to a politically or religiously focused avatar.