"Cyberspace is a metaphor that allows us to grasp this place where since about the time of the second world war we've increasingly done so many of the things that we think of as civilization."
This is a classic sci-fi term for any of the various forms of artificial gravity (where gravity could be a push or a pull).
Frank Herbert actually thought about a kind of clothing like this - see the entry for gravity web from his 1969 novel Whipping Star.
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