Re: BMODs: Searching for subtle interpretations

Adrienne Dearmas (DearmasA@AOL.COM)
Thu, 18 Jul 1996 11:57:13 -0400

In a message dated 96-07-17 20:15:01 EDT, jlm@TWICS.COM (John McCreery)

> I would argue that in all three cases the individuals in question are
> making statements about "Who I really am." Who they are specifically is,
> course, highly variable.

So, is there grounds here for discussing self created identity as opposed to
society dictated identity. This is who I really am, as opposed to who you
think I am. And does that not create problems for those who are perceived to
be one way when they themselves see themselves as being another. Who decides
one's identity?

- Adrienne