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48% – Their partners are sexually unavailable 39.5% – Their partners are emotionally unavailable.
What is even more revealing is that the majority of these women don’t feel guilty: 41.3% do not feel guilt 39.3% are unsure 19.4% actually feel guilty 33.6% believe that they are doing the right thing by being on the site 54.3% have cheated emotionally before 28.6% have had one previous sexual infidelity 17.4% have had two The research she has compiled names the following as some of the primary factors that; impact on modern female sexuality, inhibit women in real life and cause them to look for a little excitement online.
She feels the “mental exclusivity” and or “sexual exclusivity” has been shattered.
Historically men have felt entitled and women have felt stifled to complain about their husbands cheating.”, she describes a couples counselling session where, still a relatively new concept, cyber infidelity is the cause for concern.
When you sit at a dinner table and talk to someone you don’t know the conversation stays very superficial due to social norms and the fear of rejection experienced by both parties, as such one or both people come away feeling unfulfilled.
However, online the conversations become intimate and meaningful – or what we term ‘hyper personal’- far quicker.” “This works for a great many women.
Their cyber flirting and ‘sexting’ is their old fashioned foreplay into real life sex. “What is surprising is that despite the fact that the absence of judgment, more often than not, continues offline and that the participants mostly express being happy with their offline encounters, these relationships are always fleeting.
Sure there were the few women who also participated in slipping secretly between the sheets, and stats have shown that this increased as women joined the workforce and were exposed to a greater variety of men, but before the introduction of the internet it was more common for women to be perceived as the gender that desired “sex in a loving and committed relationship” above all other forms. A South African Clinician in Private Practice, Couple and Sex Therapist and a Clinical Sexologist, Dr Eve has had a great deal of experience in the field of infidelity: is: he has dated, spent time or had sexual interaction, including penetration, with someone different.In recent research done by Psychology Today, one woman in a committed relationship remarked about her online sexual affairs: “I’ve had this discussion with my boyfriend and we both agree that as long as it’s not with the same person more than twice, it is really masturbation.It’s like reading an erotic story and masturbating to it.Women then turn to cyber infidelity to express themselves sexually as technology has the seductive allure of what has been termed the ‘Triple A Engine’; it is Affordable, Accesible & Anonymous.“Women see the online forum as a safe place, one where they feel comfortable and are more accepted”, explains Dr Eve “Compare a cyber conversation with a real life conversation.