Apart from being a conceptual artist, an independent blogger, a futurist and a hobbyist-philosopher, Khannea Suntzu is a genderqueer transhumanist yet a critic of "US silicon valley techno-optimism" school of Kurzweilian Singularitarianism.
Magazines such as La Monde, CGW and Forbes.com have written about her on several occasions in articles dealing with virtual prostitution, inside Second Life. Khannea held a brief presentation at "Creating Change" suggesting that media such as MMORPGS, and especially Second Life were gearing up to be a "bisexuality" and "sexual deviancy" incubation factory, allowing males as (well as) females to experiment with alternative lifestyles, genders and modes of being, many of those acutely transhuman and acutely libertarian in nature.
Khannea supports radical democratization and advocates the extension of fundamental human rights, and sounds a warning about the dangers of "technological unemployment" in creating effectively irreversible societal divisions. She argues for proactive social activism against disparity.