Yes, Anonymous is gay. Anonymous is new fags and old fags and fags yet to discover their fag-dom. Anonymous is inevitably butthurt and bronies and nyancats and bringing down surveillance vendors. Anonymous is an Occupier in Oakland, New York and Melbourne. Anonymous is Palestinian in Israel, a market-stall owner in Tunisia, a revolutionary in Egypt, and a feminist performance artist in a Russian church. Anonymous is an anarchist in Greece, a linked-armed huddle of howling pepper-sprayed students at UC Davis and a white-haired transparency advocate calling for the truth to be heard.
Anonymous is a reporter risking her life in Mexico. Anonymous is a single mother tweeting the revolution and the howl of the Internets scrolling down screen on the 10th of December 2010.
Anonymous is the army that rose to the battle cry: "The infowar is now engaged….Wikileaks is the battlefield…You are the troops." Anonymous is the troll that lurks within us all, the supressed revolutionary set free on YouTube videos adorned with apocalyptic overtones.
Anonymous is "the beginning is near." Anonymous is both the OTR user and the yet to be liberated Facebook-slave.
Anonymous is a refugee in an Australian detention centre, a pacifist in Aleppo, a single woman at a tech conference, a Chinese farmer with a Weibo, a gang member in the slums, a mortgage defaulted in the U.S., and a soon to be unemployed Arts student with a life-time of debt before graduation.
Anonymous is all the exploited, marginalised, oppressed minorities resisting and saying `Enough'.
We are every minority who is now beginning to speak and every majority that must shut up and listen. We are every untolerated group searching for a way to speak. Everything that makes power and the good consciences of those in power uncomfortable — this is Anonymous.