I'm not overly concerned about knowing people's offline identities. There are people on Cake regarding whom I do not know what their names are but that is not a problem as far as I'm concerned.
Behavior, especially when conversing with someone with whom one disagrees, is much more important than offline identity. There is a major degree of intolerance in our society towards opposing worldviews and that is not, imo, beneficial.
There are people on Cake with whom I have fundamental disagreements pertaining to worldviews, yet I have only felt the need to "ignore" two accounts prior to the appearance of the account which sparked this conversation. It is now the third Cake account that I have "ignored." Compared to many other social platforms, Cake has been a very courteous platform. There has only been one person who I have felt was aggresively attempting to attack my posts and replies. I hope, although I cannot know, that others with whom I have had discussions in which I have dissented from their views have seen my conduct in that dissent as being courteous and respectful.