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02/28/2008

Casting: MTV wants your dual life

by Jeremy Hooper

Main 381X311Gay on Myspace, but closeted in Everyotherspace? Facing your truth on Facebook, yet inscribing a fictional tale in everyone else's book? Well MTV wants your web-out but real world-closeted existence for their "True Life" documentary series.

Below you will find a casting notice for the upcoming episode, "True Life: I Live Another Life on the Web." We're told they are especially looking for gays who fit the bill, so if you (A) qualify and (B) want to finally de-closet yourself in front of a national (or even international) audience, then get ye' info to casting director:

True Life: I Live Another Life on the Web
We are currently producing a documentary for MTV about people who live
"other lives" online.

Do you sometimes feel as if you're living a double life? Do you have one
identity in your everyday life, but a different one when you're alone and
online?

Are you "out of the closet" on the web, but still "in the closet" in real
life? Or, maybe you're in the process of coming out. Do your friends online
know that you're gay, but not the people you meet face-to-face?

Do you have trouble expressing yourself offline, but when you're behind the
comfort of your computer, the words just flow? Are you completely
comfortable with your web self, but find it hard to maintain that persona in
person?

If you appear to be between the ages of 16 and 28, and live another life on
the web, email your story to: brosen@leftright.tv

Please be sure to include your name, location, phone number and a photo, if
possible.

Thanks!

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