Amongst "serious" roleplayers, cybering may occur as part of a larger plot–the characters involved may be lovers or spouses.
First, your husband offers an explanation for his behavior that is possible, but not highly believable.Unless he informed you or gave you the chance to participate in these activities, it was not an honest act on his part.A: This is a situation I see more and more often as the Internet becomes a staple in homes.Two main issues are in play here: honesty and uncommunicated expectations.Cybersex is commonly performed in Internet chat rooms (such as IRC, talkers or web chats) and on instant messaging systems.
It can also be performed using webcams, voice chat systems like Skype, or online games and/or virtual worlds like Second Life.One approach to cybering is a simulation of "real" sex, when participants try to make the experience as close to real life as possible, with participants taking turns writing descriptive, sexually explicit passages.Alternatively, it can be considered a form of sexual roleplay that allows the participants to experience unusual sexual sensations and carry out sexual experiments they cannot try in reality.This situation underlines the importance of checking in with one's spouse or partner about the various aspects of long-term relationships: finances, in-laws, jobs, children (if any), housekeeping, plans, and sex. Sit down with your husband to have this discussion.People assume that because they are with a person they know pretty well, they also know how their mate feels about these topics. If he has sexual desires that he talks about with women online, then ask him to tell you what those are. Are there risks that you might be willing to take in terms of new behavior?Cybersex can occur either within the context of existing or intimate relationships, e.g.