When people communally hook up to the abstract bodies, they are linked physically in a visually apparent version of how we are increasingly connnected through electronic distribution.
Technological developments are changing social relations dramatically and this kind of unification is ultimately only an attempt to care for the body which has been left out of these changes.

On the positive side, there is the potential for a more inclusive participation in culture, an independence from what one is biologically in order to be what one believes. However, the particulars of the body are still arbitrarily assigned status through political agendas of those with the will and the means to power.

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