Cybersex is a woman's world, didn't you know?
A man who not only respects that but enjoys it is a man who will not lack for online sexual partners.
There was the kick-off date, and he was a frat boy…naturally.
He spoke fluent surfer dude and even called me dude, but my personal favorite was how he and his roommates referred to themselves as, “The Co-Pilots.” Enough said.
It's true that cybersex is not for everybody, and it can be emotionally dangerous even if you're not in a committed offline relationship and risking infidelity.
Some cyber partners even end up leaving the virtual space to get married. But it still irks me that it's such a shock when I explain that having sex online does not mean it's your last resort.
I naively thought that, by having the ability to sift through and screen profiles, I'd somehow avoid the sweet talkers, when in reality, they can still fool you, even from behind the computer screen.
I'm pretty certain I covered every personality type out there through my dating experiences on
“The majority of women who are career prostitutes, if you will, they are online.
You don’t have to do so much scrambling around to find the customers.
The Web is awash with prostitution-related advertisements, video chat rooms, bulletin boards, social networking posts and sites offering those in the illegal trade everything from health services and political advocacy to fundraising benefits and “sex worker socials.” As a result, experts say, a trade that for centuries was conducted from darkened sidewalks today is being transacted much more openly — and profitably — in cyberspace.