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Finally, a relatively captive audience with whom to share our innermost thoughts, dreams, and anonymous flirtations.In October 2014, the Washington Post published a piece by Caitlin Dewey, A complete history of the rise and fall — and reincarnation!(In 1988, Jennings also started While many computer-oriented BBSs attracted an audience of software pirates, porn sharers, and would-be hackers, a significant number of BBSs for gay men also sprung up.Mark, a gay rights activist since the 1970s, told me that he discovered a gay BBS called the Backroom in the 1980s via an ad in the back of the New York Advertising and Communications Network newsletter.Interactions were limited by the sheer slowness of the network.Typical BBSs offered all-text forum discussion, legal and illegal file sharing, and chat rooms, all at excruciatingly low bandwidth: 300, then 1,200, then 2,400 baud—for reference, 300 baud is roughly the speed of a fast typist.The feeling that this was a new and semi-lawless space, that unexpected things could happen.” Dewey then launches into a look back at…

But what, exactly, happen to the chat rooms Parker so fondly remembers?During the same period, other LGBTQ spaces came into existence that linked together online and offline life in a way that anticipated today’s social networking.From primitive dial-up BBSs to AOL (aka “Gay OL”) to dating sites like and Planet Out, online life has always had a strong LGBTQ component that sometimes preceded wider adoption of a new technology.In a time before universal cell phone ownership, this was a pretty serious inconvenience.Not to mention how annoying that modem sound was when you picked up the phone. When children of the 90s first got in-home internet access, it was a novel and exciting concept.I talked with Joe Schober, the longest-running employee at AOL and its current chief architect.