Or is this just an obsession with the novelty of virtual sex, a rash of "addiction" that will wear itself out in the next few years?Many Wired News readers have been online since we were children – I think I was 14 when I first watched my dad chat with a techie friend.
According to the film, 8 million North Americans spend more than 11 hours a week – each – pursuing sex online.Having recently tried to find good cybersex myself, I see why it's taking them so long. In the olden days, you could find chat rooms where adults bantered, flirted and seduced one another in a supportive community.Another, a companion from my old chat room, says that swinger site Adult Friend Finder has "OK" online communities, although not as good as we were used to.But I would expect a premium site with almost 16 million members to have at least one interesting chat room, wouldn't you?People developed relationships that ranged from casual friendship to erotic involvement to love affairs.
A core of regulars would form, resulting in either a welcoming environment for newbies or an exclusionary, clique-driven hierarchy, depending on where you went. But as one woman observed in the Sex Drive forum, chat has changed.This book really shows you where to go to get the information that suits your lifestyle.–A., a new documentary from Canadian team Melanie Wood and Nick Orchard, explores the rising rates of internet sex addiction in Canada."At some time I cannot pinpoint," she says, "a set of people started using chat as a way to make the contact to meet or call others for sex, like it was one big pool of people waiting for an offer.... It's getting more and more difficult to find someone who'll type more than three words a line and actually spell out words."I looked, this past week, for good cyber.I haven't flexed that particular muscle in years, and I thought it would be fun to see if I, like Ralph Malph, still got it.Deb is like you and me–with a healthy sexual apetite and curiosity.