Cyber sex room
I will blow away the argument that says pornography is a harmless outlet-what someone does in the privacy of their own home or office is their business and doesn't hurt anyone else.
The list of victims is far more expansive that you might ever imagine.
It's almost midnight and the lobby of People Connection [an Internet chatroom] is bursting with people, excitement, and anticipation.
When I found out about this and confronted her, she refused to admit she had a problem.
The erotic dialogue that ensues resembles what's found on 900 phone sex lines, except that no one is paying for this service and both parties enter the exchange as equals.
" Instantly, her screen fills with invitations from eager men from all over the world who urge this "foxy babe" to come to a Private Room for a more intimate conversation.
She was still the same shy, quiet, responsible librarian.
Now when Leah enters the People Connection seeking quick sexual encounters, she finds herself desired by dozens of men. In real life, she feels intimidated by men and hasn't had much success attracting them. My husband is ready to throw the computer out the window. A 32-year-old single librarian from upstate New York, Leah is shy and overweight. As a direct result of this interview with Cathy, together with my interaction with Willie Draughon, retired Assistant Chief of Criminal Investigations with the State Attorney General's Office, I returned to the drawing board, and revised my book to include the rising and devastating problem of female Internet porn and cybersex addiction. I began having sexual fantasies about what I saw there (sometimes involving masturbation). My life was one of sex and gratification, and all because of curiosity about porn sites.
And after work she could go home and play the vixen again, engaging in dominance and submission under handles like 'Super Vixen' or 'Madam X.'" Cathy's Story-The Future of Women and Internet Pornography While writing my book . I found myself looking for time when no one was around so I could get on the Internet.
I was curious about how far a person would go to expose their body for all the world to see so I got on a pornography site. One day I got bold enough to find a person online and we arranged to meet for the sole purpose of having sex. I had never met him before in my life and that is the way I wanted it. All I wanted to do was live for myself and fulfill my selfish physical desires. I now wanted to hang around the people who wanted a life such as mine. I didn't drink or smoke but I went there to socialize with the kind of people that I could take home and have a one-night stand with. It's a slow, subtle process that takes you on a trip to hell.