Why we avatars always have to obey the moods and demands of our RL counterparts? One day they just park us at another horrible event in one of Secondlife’s art sims like UWA or LEA were the primglued attempt of art make you wanna suicide on the spot, the other day they make you perform as a virtual pole-dancer to earn some cash because the RL counterpart is to frugal to take a premium account.
When the moment arrives that you actually start to be more a personality than your RL counterpart, who you might consider as a elderly catlady with a hobby or a wannabe curator who is in reality the toiletlady at some dark and forgotten university it is time to free the avatar, get independent, and let's create ourselves a Third Life were we can relax as we wish, get some entertainment, work on our health and watch a decent sunset.
Get also a Third Life and make it YOU who is in control!
SaveMe Oh at Humlab
I,m a dutch theatredirector with Asian roots who also tries to make performances or theatreplays in SL. Together with my father Cupido Oh I explore the creative challenges and limitations of SL. Crossed quit some borders already but also found huge walls.
When a dramaqueen decides to call herself SaveMe Oh on the day of her virtual birth she knows trouble is on the way. She should have known she implanted a magnet of trouble on the spot where everybody else has a heart. But if there might be a slight trace of selfpity we might expect she will hides it in the most grotesk way she can, that’s the job of a true dramaqueen.