Intimate citizenship refers to issues and debates on intimate and sexual politics in society. In this chapter, the authors introduce a case study in which they explore young people’s discourses on a variety of intimate practices on popular social networking sites. They argue that intimate citizenships as broader than only being part of discussions on governance or democratic politics and institutional practices; rather, they are inextricably intertwined with how people make sense of them in everyday lives. The authors focus on ‘the political’, rather than ‘politics’. They also focuses on the capacity of people to freely express their intimacies in their own voices in digital media. The author draws on what is usually seen as being central to participatory practices in popular digital media culture; the act of self-representation referring to ‘activities of participating audiences in digital culture’.