There are very few reasons for needing that level of anonymity -- and none of them are good or honourable.
You do realize I hope that this is a most dangerous reasoning?
It is in the same category as the Government saying, "You do not need that strong level of encryption as none of your reasons for hiding your messages are good or honourable" (as per our Government sanctioned definition of "good" and "honourable").
If you want to avoid the crosstalk, use your PM-identity.
Honestly, why would someone use the AM option at all? It can only be for bad or dishonourable purposes, such as trolling or not taking responsability for what one says. (and I am being sarcastic here)
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