The anonymity afforded by the internet has mostly been a disastrous pox on our civilization, emboldening people to scream their opinions into the dark ether of the internet with spittle flying and no fear of consequences.
Occasionally, though, secrecy offers one the ability to divulge deep, dark, weird, or just downright hilarious stories without fear of judgment or retribution. Whisper, founded in 2012 by Michael Heyward, is an app that does just this, offering a completely anonymous platform to vent, enlighten, and tantalize. No profile required, no username; just the truth, random backgrounds, and the ability for others to reply with their own secrets just as anonymously.
The stories don’t come stranger or more titillating than ...
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