This paper will discuss research-in-progress which extends a previous study that examined the role of enjoyment on thedevelopment of e-Loyalty by considering the role of race, income, and education on the enjoyment and development of e-Loyalty in women online shoppers. The goal of this research is to develop a better understanding of the online consumer byinvestigating women in relation to their e-commerce behaviors and perceptions. By looking at the intersectionality of race,income, and education level, we hope to gain a better understanding of the complexities of women as consumers. In addition,we hope to gain a better understanding of the digital divide by investigating how identity factors may yield differentoutcomes in technology adoption or behavior. This paper will outline the research background, provide a literature review ofe-commerce, e-Loyalty, and the digital divide, and describe the research design for this investigation into the influence ofidentity characteristics and online shopping.