cyber sex

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Registered: 12-31-1969
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Tue, 09-04-2012 - 11:48pm
I have had acouple online gfs yea i know i need to get out more lol but one thing i fell in love with is cyber sex i have a very vivid imagination and have played rpgs like ad&d and rp in chat rooms both sexual and nonsexual going on almost 15 years ive had some real fun in that time i know im not the only one out there that enjoys it i know anyone can say there a 20 something woman when there really a 40 something man hey ive rped women before and think im very convincing but never hid that i am male i would like to know im not the only one that likes to cyber lol

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iVillage Member
Registered: 08-08-2011
In reply to: tonynow
Mon, 09-17-2012 - 6:58am

Hi,

I could do that. Technically it's completely possible.
We can create a private Chatroom, which could  be closed for general public. Only invited people from iVillage could join. The service which I found until now, do not have Video or voice chat - only type chat. But it looks a nice place.

But!!! I don't want to get a CL after me, for taking people from here to somewheare else.
THerefore I'll do that if CL agree.

And (of course) if enough members would like to participate in Sex&Sexuality live chats. I think it has no sense if five of us would chat and we could never find a minute of beeing all online at the same time. 

iVillage Member
Registered: 03-17-2009
In reply to: raining_ivy
Mon, 09-17-2012 - 2:24pm

Hey BL!  Speaking of friends and real people - good to "see" you!  Been wondering what you are up to.  Its that time of the year where the leaves are changing and we're all itching to get out for a walk or a ride.  I hope you are well.

Ivy

 


 


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iVillage Member
Registered: 03-17-2009
In reply to: raining_ivy
Mon, 09-17-2012 - 3:05pm

Hello pleases. 

I get it.  I get that people are scared, I can be too.  I get that we are all confused at times, we all make stupid choices, we all have lied.  I can be shy too.  I often want to escape.  I'd like life to be less complex...  We are all that person.  I wish people would really consider what that they are doing to the person on the other end. 

Sometimes what they are doing isn't all that malicious - a fleeting moment where people share sexual conversation and gratification, and then never meet again.  That's a chance each participant is taking.  I think people who do that completely realize that risk - and are fine with it.  That's cool.  But when there are investments of time and emotions and self, it can hurt the other person.  We all know this.  So why/how does someone decide its ok to "have fun" at the expense of someone else's truths and openness? 

You point out that some turn to alcohol or drugs.  Its a case-by-case thing, I think.  I 'm not going to make any broad, sweeping statements on this.  I suspect anyone with a real problem such as this, would not step forward and subject him/herself to our probing questions suggestions here. It could be done, but I presume, it would be too "real" for that person.  When I posed this question, I was (and am) referring to people who cannot help themselves, much like other addictions.   

Yes, like you say, we are all different.  You say we should respect that.  I respect the differences in people.  I don't respect the act of victimizing someone to make yourself feel better.  Period.  Remember - I am not talking about fleeting sexual encounters on the internet.  I am talking of things that go beyond that.  Just as a "fake" may be trying to cope with something - the person they are "using" may also be trying to heal or recover or cope.  You say, by being a "fake" someone may be trying "to save their own self"?  .....So they step all over other people?  Where's the respect in that?   And yes, life "ain't so easy".  But someone always has it harder.  The person who has it harder, just might be the person being stepped on. 

Ivy

 


 


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iVillage Member
Registered: 10-29-1998
Tue, 09-18-2012 - 12:43am

Tony,

Thanks for the response I. agree that we need iVillage approval and that this would be worthwhile only if a fairly large group were interested. I hope you don't mind, but I emailed Thia and asked her if she could respond to your post with iVillage plans in this regard and, if they have no plans, how a chat room developed by the members would fit with iVillage rules..

iVillage Member
Registered: 05-22-2003
In reply to: matt2005
Wed, 09-19-2012 - 2:02pm

I think people are not honest because they can't get what they want in doing so.  Think of it this way - there are MANY more men who claim to be women in chat rooms than there are women posing as men.  Why?  Because there are so many men out there that the competition is too fierce.  This gives the guys a chance at some gratification, which I presume is what is being sought vs. walking away empty handed (literally and figuratively, lol).  Anyway, I'm sure that there are some that hide behind the anonymity of hiding behind a fake handle as well, but it's just my two cents...

iVillage Member
Registered: 03-17-2009
In reply to: raining_ivy
Wed, 09-19-2012 - 8:58pm

Hi pleases, thanks for sharing your thoughts.

So many of us want it all as soon as possible. So I think that it is not always even a conscious decision all the time.
Unfortunately, that is true. 

It is nice to know that there are some out there who enjoy sex and who are genuinely interested in the pleasure of their partner. Whether it is online or in person.
Amen!  Fortunately, that IS true!

Ivy 

 

 


 


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iVillage Member
Registered: 03-17-2009
In reply to: raining_ivy
Wed, 09-19-2012 - 9:11pm

Matt, you make a good point.  And I totally agree that being anonymous is a right we all have - and to varying degrees.  I enjoy that right just as much as others.  I don't have any hard and fast rules to preach, I just dont like to see people hurt or taken advantage of.  I'd MUCH rather see people having a good time. I guess that's why I hang around here, the fun company and conversation. Its also nice to be able to share concerns, curiosities and have debates over sexual topics. 
cheers!
Ivy

 


 


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iVillage Member
Registered: 01-03-2007
In reply to: amante21
Mon, 09-24-2012 - 10:26am

I think that the answer just might be a simple "because they can."

If you have a problem, say, you're penis os small. Hop online, and all the sudden it is huge. Maybe you don't like the size of your breasts. Hop online, and boom, 36 D. I think a lot of times people use it as an escape from their normal everyday lives. 

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Registered: 02-20-2007
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