The Internet porn was simply a convenient tool that aided in my romantic/sexual fantasizing. used to be very devoted, but now I live for the Internet. I spent many hundreds of hours in sexually graphic conversations with men in cybersex chatrooms.
Now she lives alone, divorced, virtually ignored and despised by her children.
Actually, prior to her introduction to Internet pornography and her subsequent addiction to cybersex chatrooms and illicit sex, she was an exemplary wife and mother, a model citizen in her community, and an active participant in her church.
There are those reading this who might assume that Cathy was simply a loose woman, slutty, not unlike a prostitute in her mind-set.
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I will blow away the argument that says pornography is a harmless outlet-what someone does in the privacy of their own home or office is their business and doesn't hurt anyone else.
The list of victims is far more expansive that you might ever imagine.
The Internet provides this type of environment for women more than any other vehicle in history." In next month's article I will discuss the myriad of pornography's victims-those who lie in the wake of porn wreckage.
The argument can be made that females may spend even more time in the porn underworld-i.e., chatrooms, phone sex, and eventually personal encounters-than males since their world of intimacy involves the need to have more stimulation than just the visual alone to reach the fantasy of fulfillment.
In fact, retired sexual crimes investigator Willie Draughon asserts that "females are more inclined to pursue the communication aspect of the subculture after their initial intro through visual porn.
Just as it does for men, Internet porn/cybersex becomes a "drug of choice" where women find pleasure, relief and escape (self-medication) from the pain, stress and realities of everyday life.