John’s protestations that the entire matter was just a game and not real did him no good.
A tempting opportunity to thumb one’s nose at every day’s stress.My husband is more interested in the super bowl than in me and has once again forgotten to bring the soda along?Why not register at just for fun, just to see what my chances are . We already met the first two – anonymity and convenience on the subject online-pornography.The user also lives protected by a virtual identity, never must reveal him/herself, when things start to get uncomfortable, his dreams, desires can “disappear” with a click.Porn sites are not today’s sole web sites interfering with real relationships.
Other online-overtures are also busy creating the illusion of a maximal availability of never-ending supplies of alternative partners and in that way secretly, clandestinely and through the back door undermine actual relationships.Back then Keenan stated to the newspaper “Daily Telegraph” “The most frequent cause appears to be people inappropriately chatting about sex with folks with whom they should rather not do that.” Other countries are following.2011 according to a leading Austrian attorney: “In Austria Facebook and the like already play a role in every 10th divorce – and that means: of 1.900 divorces annually. ” represents the first step into the, at first virtual imagined and frequently also amorous escapade later converted to reality.At the same time such an act of virtual infidelity is more of a threat than the consumption of porn because the counterpart also appears to be more concrete as a person than some anonymous porn performer.In 2009 well covered by the media the relationship of a British couple broke up as a consequence of a virtual escapade: Lisa caught her friend John while he was engaged in the virtual community “Second Life” under the nickname “Troy Hammerthal” having Avatar sex with a man.In 2003 an Australian study revealed that an on-line affair affects the partner more deeply than watching porn.