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We don’t have to worry about what we look like or what other people think of us.Imagine, for instance, meeting a teenager online named Pat. Pat knows what you are feeling and who you REALLY are, based on what you talk to Pat about.I’ve become comfortable with socializing both on-line and off and I’ve made a large number of friends by participating in small on-line communities.” Multiple identities: Experimentation and self-protection Fully 56% of online teens have more than one email address or screen name and most use different screen names or email addresses to compartmentalize different parts of their lives online, or so that they can experiment with different personas.Boys more often than girls report having multiple email addresses or screen names.“I think that would be better in some ways, but I think I’d miss out on a lot, especially on keeping in touch with far away friends.” Good for meeting people, not that great for making new friends Most teens do not believe that the Internet is particularly helpful in making new friends.Sixty-seven percent of all online teens think it only helps “a little” or “not at all” when trying to make new friends.

Half of online girls (50%) have more than one screen name or email account and nearly one in five girls have more than four online identities.Pat doesn’t worry about what you look like or what people say about you. Of course this could also be a bad thing, because it’s easy to manipulate someone online.But I choose to believe in the better of the two situations.” To others, appearance still matters a great deal.Many American youth say that Internet communication, especially instant messaging, has become an essential feature of their social lives.For them, face-to-face interaction and some telephone conversations have been partially replaced with email and instant message communication.“I’ve always been very shy in real life,” noted one boy, 16, in the Greenfield Online group.