What is your uptake on married women engaging in cyber sex on line
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A: Married people have made a deal with each other to be faithful to one another. Cybersex, like any extramarital affair, harms that contract and the trust that supports it. I suppose a case could be made that a verbal internet affair would be less bad than a consummated live-action one. However, only a lawyer at heart would ever argue such a thing. ANY sort of affair is harmful and damaging compared to relationship fidelity. The only cybersex I’m for is between persons who are married to each other!