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  • Cybersex

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    It is essential to the discussion that a proper definition of sex be established before addressing any other issues. I plan to establish a proper definition of sex with an account of sexual perversion and then continue on discussing the nature of cybersex, infidelity, and love. Sex is generally defined the medical definition involving the sex organs, and

  • The Internet Has a Negative Impact on American Families Essay

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    the newness that every relationship brings.” A major issue about these online affairs is that they are kept secret from the important people in one’s life and end in broken family ties. In Marc Levenson’s article, Overcoming Cybersex Addiction, he declares that cybersex “is not recognized as a formal psychiatric disorder. But many clinics…treat Internet sex addicts.” Jay Parker of The Internet Addiction Institute says, “Therapy resembles the twelve-step program of Alcoholics Anonymous. Addicts

  • Internet Sexual Addiction

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    Internet Sexual Addiction It seems that the Internet has become an ever-growing part in numerous areas of the everyday lives of people. One area that is worthy of further study involves sexual addiction and how it is related with too much use of the Internet. Some scholars allege that sociopaths are starting to emerge online and it has been dubbed as “technological addictions”. This article looks at Internet addiction with respect to excessive sexual behavior. It includes discussions of the notion

  • Cybersex: Human Sexuality

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    Cybersex promises to transform sexuality. Discuss. Human sexuality is an enormous part of a human life and people are constantly faced with sexuality challenges. As the world evolves, ideas and inventions are voiced and created to make life better for everyone and the internet is one of these creations becoming an essential part of many lives all over the world. Cybersex is a growing form of sexual expression over a computer where people get arousal through typed text, video, images and spoken voice

  • Cybersex And Pornography

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    Furthermore, cybersex and pornography is addicting. It is so addictive that families would even split up. A family dynamic will change once one either the father or the mother is addicted to cybersex and pornography. It could create trust issues with the following spouce. Not only does having an addiction hurt people, it could create liars. If the spouse does not want others to know about their problems and marriage by going to a counselor they would be just covering up for them. Similarity Between

  • The Pros And Cons Of Infidelity

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    Another way that people commit infidelity is by having organism thought a new way of having sex call Cybersex. Cybersex is sexual arousal using computer technology, especially by wearing virtual reality equipment or by exchanging messages with another person via the Internet. In the 20 century technology started advising and brought unlimited computer-based admissions to filmed and live sexual acts. Cybersex is possible thought webcam, video streaming,

  • How Has the Internet Affected Sex Addiction

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    Affected Sex Addiction Edward Vega Jr. National University Abstract Sex addicts have plenty to struggle without adding the access to their wildest fantasies. That is what the Internet has given them. Addicts can get online and search pornography, cybersex sites and sites where they can find people to meet up with. The Internet makes it that much easier for sex addicts because just like any other addict they are ashamed of their addiction but with the Internet they do not have to worry about it cause

  • Internet Addiction Essay

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    Internet Addiction: Cybersex and Porn Vs. a Dependency on Video Games Abstract Within our modern world, the notion that human beings are distancing themselves farther and farther from inter-personal communication cannot be closer to the truth. In today’s world, people utilize technology to make things easier, and to better understand the world surrounding the individuals. What ever happened to the relationship between a single person and their peers when knowledge came to be a defining factor? In

  • Child Seduction And Self-Representation On The Internet

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    Pedophiles in the internet: In the scholarly article “Child Seduction and Self-Representation on the Internet” by Ethel Quayle and Max Taylor, we learn how the internet plays a big role in how pedophiles may engage in child pornography and how they can locate children to potentially abuse. Offenders also use the internet to get in contact and to communicate with others who are also engaging in child pornography and pedophilia. The following is an explanation of child sexual abuse that happens in

  • The Pros And Cons Of Internet Addiction

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    when knowledge came to be a defining factor? In this research paper, it will be discussing what an addiction to this technology does to a person. It will be investigating the differences and comparisons between two forms of an internet addiction: Cybersex and porn, and a dependency on video games. It will also be considering what these two addictions do and how they affect the lives of both single people, and parents who have adopted responsibilities within their households by declaring themselves