When I set out to air my rants and raves I felt that my anonymity was key. In order for me to be able to vent the things that I really want to say is to make sure that no one knows who I am. So, meet Jane Smith, my alter ego. No, I'm no Angelina. But I put some time into my alter ego, and if you have ever seen the movie Mr. & Mrs. Smith you know the perfect suburban wife Jane had a very different life under the twin sweater set surface. That's me, and that is how I got my secret identity.
Knowing what a small community of swingers we are in, I go to great lengths to not post the same status on Facebook as I do on twitter (the ones that can be made vanilla that it...) I don't use the same pictures as are on our profiles on our various accounts, yet I wonder. Could I be found? Have I ever slipped up or let my defenses down? Has one of my playmates read the blog and recognized themselves? Would you know if I was your next door neighbor, or the girl you met for drinks last night? And would you tell me, if you figured me out?
I have shared my face picture with one person in my twitterverse and it was because I knew he lived in New England and I'm in Florida. (Although side story - I had a moment of panic when I realized this man's life was strikingly similar to a co-worker of mine (I work for a National company)... but not him so all clear) I have denied help finding us online and face pictures to all other requests (although I think The Hubs has shared some) But I can't help but wonder if any of my followers know (or think they know) who I am in real life?
So are you in hiding too? Have you ever been discovered or are you open about your real life on your twitter life?