A second danger of cyberutopia is that by separating a user from her or his site-specific socioeconomic location, all users are assumed to represent the dominant (sex, race, class, etc.)—what Lisa Nakamura calls “default whiteness.” 22 Nakamura notes that many advocates of the internet as a liberatory space claim “if no one’s body is visible while participating in cyberspace, theoretically racism and bigotry cannot exist at that time.”