one and only answer youll get from me is YES!
cause all that is telling you or your partiner that even if they are not “really” doing anything, your still not enough for him. they have to resort to other methods to get them off and I think thats just plain sick.
As far as I’m concerned yes, it is. I would never have an on-line conversation that I wouldn’t have in real life. If I wouldn’t be comfortable saying/doing it in front of my husband, then I don’t do it at all.
ok…LOL but is just reading their posts considered fantasizing, and is fantasizing cheating? and would the true test really be whether you have a sticky keyboard or not? Just some questions that amble thru a blonde mind. =)
“Only when he no longer knows what he is doing, does the painter do good
things.” --Edgar Degas
Well, I guess it’s cheating as much as calling a person and discussing your sexual fantasies with them while perhaps masturbating. So, if that’s cheating I guess cybersex is too. I’ll let you decide from there on your own if it’s cheating or not.
Frankly, I don’t see the difference between the two.
“I guess it is possible for one person to make a difference, although most of the time they probably shouldn’t.”
Yup, it’s cheating. The fact that almost no cybersex participants would want their S.O.s to know about it is a pretty good clue. If you think you’re cheating, you are. Even if you don’t think you’re cheating, you probably are.
My vote: It’s not cheating.
I wouldn’t feel guilty if fiance caught me; I wouldn’t be angry if I caught him. To me, it’s no worse than looking up porn online, or calling a 1-900 number.
But, the important thing is that he agrees. If he felt that it was cheating, it wouldn’t matter if I didn’t – if he caught me, he’d still be hurt.
I think it would be cheating, in the Puritan sense, if you were hiding it from the person “cheated”. If it would make them feel bad, then that needs to be addressed in the relationship. Friendships and conversations, in reallife or cyberspace,are always subject to the caprice of our sweet sexy selves. And I don’t understand why we should wall off that part of ourselves for “somebody’s” definition of proper behavior. If I became obsessed and neglected my husband because of an involvement with someone else, even without body fluid exchange, I expect he’d be upset. I love him, and wouldn’t want to do that. As for porn getting you hot, well, I hope the warm body next to you is the beneficiary… a kind of match to kindle the flames. Flirting is a part of one’s personality, and again, why wall off your sexuality because the dominant paradigm sez
it’s a no-no. I guess it really depends on where you are with the one you’re involved with. My rule is: honesty and consideration, but no interrogations, please !