Is it all a hoax—what we share and what we say online and offline? I hope not. The world needs people like you and me to stand up, buck up, and step up to the plate and point to The Green Monster like The Great Bambino once did, and say: this is who I am, and I'm going to swing for the fences.
I know. It can be difficult and scary to do something like that: to share what you really think; to tell people what you really feel; to show everyone what's really there, deep down in your guts and your heart and your soul and your brain—right down there: boiling, boiling, boiling, waiting to blow its top and get out and say: you have to see what I see, hear what I hear, know what I know, feel what I feel!
There certainly is a masquerade—or is it a parade?—of people walking around the internet and pretending to be earnest and thoughtful and passionate as suggested above, but you and I both know a fake when we see it, and nobody's going to be fooled if you're faking it.
So stop masquerading and say what needs to be said. Whatever that is.