It is not real.” “That aspect fantasy might be why so many married people get lured into affairs online when that was not their original intent.
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Chat rooms, interactive websites, blogging and public networking forums like Facebook have inadvertently invited strangers into many bedrooms.
“Cybersex is also easier to hide and it usually doesn’t cost money.” With the internet’s coming of age, so have multiple opportunities to meet someone online and get romantically involved.
"They're pretending to be models with photos and videos-nude photos and videos-and on commission basis, dito sila kumikita [that's how they get their income]," Eleazar said.
Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, April 6) — Twenty suspected chat operators were arrested in a raid of two cybersex dens in Quezon City Wednesday night.
The Quezon City Police District Director (QCPD) Chief Superintendent Guillermo Eleazar said the cybersex dens operate under the guise of a call center business and make money by selling pornographic links.
“I suppose it’s as good as a bar,” said Alice Aspen March, Los Angeles-based author of The Attention Factor.
“The only difference is at a bar you actually see and talk to a person in the flesh.