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Destiny Caldwell is swimming in her pink gamer chair. Or on another planet.
Pink radiance. Candy keycaps. She is in a TikTok video, reclining in pink kitty-ear headphones and a nude wig cap. Suddenly, the app rings with another voice call. Caldwell goes into a e girl nudes. She frantically puts on a long pink braided wig before accepting the call.
Caldwell, also known as dessyycwas lip-syncing to a TikTok meme trendy among egirls—femme gamers and otaku who live in thigh-highs and go rawr! Like goths or scene kids, egirls are immediately recognizable, perma-posing in a schoolgirl skirt and vibrant dyed hair, maybe topped with kitty ears. They exist in softgirl bedrooms and on screens: TikTok, TwitchInstagram. Princess Peach in her castle and on your TV.
Egirl lives here, and only here, an assemblage of things and likes rezzing into the most modern of digital identities. The egirl is a commodity, created from commodities. Or more accurately, they are avatars, digital-only deliveries on the long-coming hyperfeminization of gamer culture. Just a couple of years ago, egirl was a slur used to denigrate women streaming games on Twitch, to write them off as PG camgirls-for-gamers. Streaming League of Legends in a low-cut shirt? Talking into a pink Razer Seiren X mic?
Making coffee money as a woman on the internet?
Worse still, their twisted logic went, fake-gamer egirls were stealing views from real-gamer gamer boys. Anime-soundtracked videos of her unboxing pink gamer peripherals and kawaii fashion accessories were attracting comments from big-mad chuds.
But my PC could be better than yours. I could have better specs. Egirl has metastasized. On Twitch, a gamer. On TikTok, an entertainer. On Instagram, a fashion icon. On Discord, maybe, a crush. As with anything factory-made, the egirl aesthetic became purchasable. In a now-ature move, Doja Cat dabs blush on the tip of her nose, looking like a cold-weather anime heroine. Egirls need the moonlight highlighter, the liquid eyeliner, the false lashes, the iridescent eyeshadow, the nose-contouring concealer.
The look is incomplete still without the pore-blurring camera filters posted on social media. But also substance. A pillowy e girl nudes chair in pastel shades. And most importantly, the peripherals. Razer in released its Quartz Pink line—baby-pink gaming keyboards, mice, controllers, heets, and microphones—that, more so than the clothes, became the official egirl uniform. Egirl culture is a consumer culture. It is identifiable in an Amazon wish list, attainable with a credit card.
And it is expensive, the kitty-smile collision of two commodity-centric subcultures.
For egirls, that might be on the lower end. Caldwell says her monthly egirl budget oscillates between a couple hundred to a couple thousand, sometimes a thousand a week. Egirl is the confluence of two famously expensive hobbies: gaming and beauty. It got expensive. Very expensive. So she started posting her Amazon wish lists online. Hers currently includes a wig from a League of Legends character and a Nintendo Switch controller with kitten ears.
Plus, she adds, because she streams on Twitch, she wants the best-of-the-best PC. On her OnlyFans, Fawkes posts cosplay-inspired lewds, titties out, in wigs and kitty ears. It instantly sold out. This genre of professional egirl also invokes a question central to its existence: Is this a liberation? Upstream of egirl are e girl nudes Rococo-inspired Japanese lolitas—in fluffy dresses with cupcakes, Victorian doll Mary Janes, and lace socks. They might seem, at face, infantilizing, an appeal to male obsession with young women.
It is Lolita after all. More like dolls than humans. Was Haraway wrong?
Caldwell is firm that egirl is empowering. People take everything so seriously. The camera cuts to a video of her playing a video game on her tricked-out gaming PC. Caldwell is lighthearted in response. The constructed world of egirl, ambiguously a theatrical set and a private bedroom, is much like an ocean bubble. On the outside, the bubble is delicate, separate, rainbow reflective. The systems that give egirl meaning saturate its inside: technology and gender. Not to mention the incalculable, multiplatform industry of content creation and consumption.
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