In a previous post I wrote about some of the reasons women might choose to be sexual outside of their primary relationship.Judging from some of the comments that post received, a number of readers thought I might be ignoring the other half of the equation—men who cheat.What hasn’t been discussed too often is the relationship many men have with these women, often visiting the same sites over and over to the point of nearly—and maybe —developing relationships with these women. Or are they just people using the internet as a way to earn some money? Essentially young women from all over the world sign on to a variety of sites.The ones I saw were strictly no “penetration”—there they engage in online strip shows fueled by “donations” from the registered guys who watch along.” Men, in particular, appear to rely on their intellect—utilizing these kinds of digital word games—in order to continue and justify their extracurricular sexual behavior.Some men may argue that, as men, it is their biological imperative (or right) to have sex with as many women as possible.
“It was a real moment and I don’t recall ever seeing that before at a game,” Velkei told Outsports.
In an interview with Germany's Die Zeit newspaper, the pope said this option could be considered.
The recent boom in “cam-girl” sites (essentially paying for an online striptease and more) has been enormous and fairly well documented. And if you develop an ongoing fan relationship with one of these women—and you are married or with a partner or a girlfriend—does this count as cheating? For those of you who do not know what a “cam-girl” is I will quickly explain.
The guys register, create a user name (some of which are brilliant—e.g., “dicknixson”, “mrbuttox”, and “jizamatic” to name a few) and they give the site their credit card info.
So when they tip in “tokens”, they’re sending the girls real money.