"This provides a good option to people who are not as sexually desirable because of their physical appearance," says Weston."Now, people who were disenfranchised by virtue of their appearance have an outlet to be sexually active in a nondiscriminating marketplace." Weston explains that single parents who don't have enough time on their hands or widows who are reconnecting with new people are other good examples of those who might benefit from virtual sex --beyond college students."When one person in a marriage is going to the Internet to get sex, it erodes the intimacy in the marriage," says Berman.Does it also erode a person's sense of faithfulness?
But what does the online sexual revolution have to say about the future of intimacy, relationships, communication, and honesty?"With every new advent in technology, virtual sex evolves.With the increasing bandwidth and cheapness of procuring oneself with a webcam, it has added the dimension of video, which fundamentally alters virtual sex.Experts provide cyber perspective to those seeking sex in cyberspace.Noah Gurza is one of the founders of Campus Kiss.com, Canada's largest online dating community for university and college students.
"It's cheating if your spouse considers it cheating," says Berman.