"People are so weird... See, I think it's equally weird to say it's entirely cool to be someone else, but not yourself... I understand the reasoning, but I think it's because I understand the reasoning that I think it makes no sense. Mind you, I'm not saying this because I want to debate the point, it's unlikely for anyone to convince me otherwise, and you're entitled to that opinion. However, anyone who wanted to tell me how my personal behavior is 'creepy'(especially when their participation or exposure is entirely optional), can take a long walk off a short pier."
"As for the rest of the topic, I see it as straightforward. When you make anything, art or an image or a photo or music, public, you've given people the right to enjoy and utilize it. They can't profit or take credit for it without crossing a line, but otherwise, I just can't get behind the idea that an abstract thing in my brain (even if in a physical form) can belong to someone entirely."
"Would you say that if someone came up with a cure for cancer, they would be in the right to keep it for themselves, and that no one would be in the right to take it and spread it? Legally, that may actually be true, and that's part of why I hate the law and I'm an anarchist. However, I cannot abide that ethically in any way. Maybe that's a different circumstance, but it's not entirely unrelated, it lays groundwork for my argument at the very least."
"Anyway, people can feel how they want, it won't change my behavior unless I'm forced to. As I said before, though, anyone who forces my hand, will simply make me feel like I don't want to partake in their ideas and art anyway."