“THE RISE OF THE CARE-FREE BLACK GIRL, TUMBLR ACTIVISTS AND BLACK TWITTER”, :
HOW DOES ONE EMBRACE A RADICAL BLACK FEMALE SUBJECTIVITY IN AN INCREASINGLY DIGITAL WORLD?

Can the alternate imaginary that bell hooks speaks of be found in the virtual world? If radical black subjectivity is the freedom of the black body to perform blackness, to perform gender without restrictions and with total disregard for constructed binaries, then what happens when these bodies disappear in the virtual world? Do they disappear?