This entails a critique of previous frameworks in sexual ethics and their capacity to effectively provide light to the morality of cybersex.
The Cybersex Phenomenon Its Workings, Language, and Usage From October 14 to 18, 2003, featured a five-part investigative article on cybersex (CS) in the Philippines.
Using pseudo names, he could be whatever he wants himself to be: a man, a woman, a teen-ager, a middle-aged person, an old man, etc.
Depending on his mood, he can be what he wants to be within the realm of cyberspace: straight, gay, bi, masochist, sadist, etc.
Ted smirks and replies: "It’s OK, nothing really happens, it’s just a pastime." Ted’s story is only one of the myriad stories relative to cybersex in the Philippines.4Cybersex or online sex is a social interaction of at least two persons engaging in real time digital messages or live camera feed conversations to become sexually aroused and satisfied.
In a broad sense, cybersex involves many sexual activities related to computer technology.
Cybersex encounters, says Ted, last 30 minutes, sometimes even an hour or two, depending on how long sex-chat mates want to extend their play.
There are instances when he does not do one-on-one encounters and just extensively flirts with multiple sex-chatters (some lead to "SOP" or sex on phone), lasting until the early morning.
In short, cybersex is not simply a conversation about sex, but it is in itself a form of sexual encounter.
In the cyberworld of sex you talk about sex and imagine doing it.
The "Big O" (big orgasm) is reached only by those who have strong and rich imaginations in sexual encounters.
But he declines to answer if the breakup had something to do with his present weekend habit.
Asked if he visits his favorite rooms while in office, Ted replies: "Sometimes, when there’s nothing much to do in the office." Anything wrong with such preoccupation?