Offers advice on using the Internet to learn to flirt, meet a mate, ask embarrassing sex questions, learn to spice up one's sex life, and fulfill sexual fantasies in the safety of cyberspace Whether you're an on-line novice or
Author: Deb Levine
Publisher: Random House Digital, Inc.
Offers advice on using the Internet to learn to flirt, meet a mate, ask embarrassing sex questions, learn to spice up one's sex life, and fulfill sexual fantasies in the safety of cyberspace
THE JOY OF CYBERSEX A Guide for Creative Lovers --Learn to Flirt like a Pro --Find Steamy Chat Rooms --Get Sex and Relationship Counseling --Fuel Hot Monogamy --Go Beyond the Picket Fence --And more!
Author: Deborah Levine
Publisher: Ballantine Books
THE JOY OF CYBERSEX A Guide for Creative Lovers --Learn to Flirt like a Pro --Find Steamy Chat Rooms --Get Sex and Relationship Counseling --Fuel Hot Monogamy --Go Beyond the Picket Fence --And more! What is the word searched most often on the Internet? You've got it--SEX. But where do you go? What's safe? What do you do when you get there? In this fun, informative, and thoroughly satisfying book, on-line sexpert Deb Levine guides you to all the right sites so you can: --Pack up the "come here often"--lines and learn to flirt like a pro --Meet your soul mate--or at least a decent date --Get answers to all those sex questions you're too embarrassed to ask in person --Learn how to spice up your sex life --Find out the facts (and expose the myths) of safe sex --Fulfill your real-life sexual fantasies in the safe confines of cyberspace Whether you're an on-line novice or a seasoned pro, The Joy of Cybersex has something for you. Deb Levine will open your eyes to a world of possibility on the Internet--so you can have a healthy, sexy life off-line! From the Trade Paperback edition.
More than 80 percent of Hoyt's patients " found the one session very helpful . ...
See also Phillip Robinson and Nancy Tamosaitis , The Joy of Cybersex : An
Underground Guide to Electronic Erotica ( New York : Brady Computer Books ,
1992 ) ...
Author: Stephen Bertman
This cogent analysis of the human costs of society's accelerated pace proposes daring solutions--and picks up where Alvin Toffler's Future Shock left off.
Cybersex the performativity of their online selves, this is often underpinned by a
strong belief in a pre-existing 'real self' which ... Such connections have been
described as 'more frequent and shallower, more intense and briefer 'than those
which take place offline (Kibby, & Costello, 1999). ... The particular conditions –
and joy – of cybersex – the possibility of anonymity coupled with the opportunity
Author: Gopalan, Rejani Thudalikunnil
Publisher: IGI Global
Online communication has exploded in the past decade with the development of social networking sites like Facebook, as well as social media applications. As more people turn to the online world to connect with others, they must learn how to develop and maintain personal relationships with very little or no in-person interaction. Intimacy and Developing Personal Relationships in the Virtual World sheds light on the various issues that accompany online interactions. The book examines activities that have gone from occurring in reality to taking place in the online world such as cyberbullying, online social networking, and online dating. The publication also highlights the negative effects of spending a lot of time online such as mental health issues, internet addiction, and body image control. This book is a vital resource for psychiatrists, psychologists, clinicians, social workers, medical administrators, academicians, educators, and graduate-level students.
2.8 THE HOT ROD BODIES OF CYBERSEX Sue - Ellen Case In the chat room for
new members on America Online , the conversation soon turned to the ... sex
cover more territory . ... For example , the book The Joy of Cybersex identifies
Stacy Horn , the woman who runs ECHO , one of the large , arty boards , as ' a
Author: Janet Price
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Price and Shildrick bring together over 40 important feminist thinkers to discuss key arguments and issues concerning the body. It includes articles on race, cyberspace, theatre, classics, transsexuality, reproductive technologies, illness, rape, plastic surgery, and disabilities. The articles cover many different areas with a stress on the interdisciplinary links of contemporary feminist thought with philosophy, cultural studies, sociology and queer studies. What unites the various approaches represented is the understanding of the body as a site of contestation, the place where feminism can engage directly with the devaluation of women and move on to mobilize strategies of resistance.
... reality that is taking place right in their own backyard and behind the walls of
the Internet, undercutting the joy of its invention. ... This and many more issues
my book intends to unravel with a view to how and why cybersex has now
become a ...
Author: Abdulazeez Henry Musa
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing Rights Agency
Cybersex: A Nightmare of the 21st Century - The Rebirth of Armageddon seeks to address the physical, mental, psychological challenges, and social dynamics that teenagers, parents, and society are faced with every day, resulting from their daily encounter with the Internet and overindulgence in the world of cybersex. The cybersex phenomenon avails ample opportunity for young people to navigate their way through viral and social networking sites, and chat rooms without their parent's consent. This exposes them to peril, leaving them vulnerable, as well as providing a great hiding place for pedophiles and psychopathic sexual predators. The book is very educational and touches all spectrum of life. It provides strategic guidelines drawn from real-life scenarios. It will also provide tips and red flags to protect young people from unknown sexual predators pervading the Internet. Now is the time to curb this menace jeopardizing the future of our children and the well-being of our society, and make the world a much better place.
“Hot chatting,” online flirtation, and sex cover more territory. ... For example, the
book The Joy of Cybersex identifies Stacy Horn, the woman who runs ECHO, one
of the large, arty boards, as “a stylish avenger to the prototypical computer nerd, ...
Author: Sue-Ellen Case
Publisher: Indiana University Press
"This book demonstrates Case’s continued dominance of the field of lesbian performance studies.... Case’s dense, rich, and complex work very likely will be a central text for anyone interested in debating the changing theoretical landscape for performance studies and queer theory. All readers interested in what the future might hold for scholarship in the humanities should study Case’s thought-provoking work, which is an essential addition to any college or university’s collection." —Choice "... this is a book that is enormously provocative, that will make you think and feel connected with the latest speculation on the implications of the electronic age we inhabit." —Lesbian Review of Books "... definitely required reading for any future-thinking lesbian." —Lambda Book Report The Domain-Matrix is about the passage from print culture to electronic screen culture and how this passage affects the reader or computer user. Sections are organized to emulate, in a printed book, the reader’s experience of computer windows. Case traces the portrait of virtual identities within queer and lesbian critical practice and virtual technologies.
Whether cybersex can become such a moment of liberating playfulness with a
subversive potential to transform social ... of timelessness and creativity
experienced in cybersexual plays can then become a foretaste of the eternal joy
of the truly ...
Author: Stefanie Knauss
Publisher: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
Representations of sexuality in the media and their theologic reflection
... the performance of her sexual partners: “They are more experienced here,
more feedback how-am-I—doing oriented.” ]oy's last sexual encounter rated an
impressive 10 out of 10. When asked if she's tried cybersex, Joy answered: “No
Author: Kiana Tower
Take an intimate peek into the Silicon Valley social scene. San Francisco Bay Area residents share true stories about dating, relationships and sex in the tech capital of the world.Here’s a small sample:“There are so many intelligent, creative ‘engineer’ types who apply the same type of inventiveness to sex. There are amazing men sitting behind computers thinking about sex all day—hot and ready to go!” Yasmine, 32“Each phone call had me peeling off my clothes little by little. I would be in my underwear by the time the phone call ended and I wouldn’t sleep all night.” Faith, 33“We just couldn’t wait any longer and ran into some Chinese dive bar in the Tenderloin. We went downstairs and screwed our brains out ‘til the bar owner came and almost knocked the door down.” Lucky, 32“My friend suggested I go out and have a fling, so I thought I’d give it a shot. But where would I find someone to fling me?” Nicole, 30“My boss’s daughter was always walking around in tight skirts and low cut blouses. We ended up going down on each other, leaning right up against the copy equipment!” Stephanie, 24
At least three separate books called The Joy of Cybersex were published during
the 1990s . While the title they all shared might suggest they were written for a hip
, sexually experimental crowd , their text is more geared toward people who ...
Author: Andrea Orr
Publisher: Reuters Books
The first book to chronicle the online dating revolution that's transforming mating worldwide. Reuters Journalist Orr tells how online dating evolved from a marginal venue for outcasts and fetishists to a mainstream, widely accepted form of socializing--and a multimillion dollar industry.
Very quickly , though , we realized that we wanted something much deeper and
more committed than that : We wanted to be married , to spend our lives together
. This was pure torture , and though we found great joy in being together , life had
Author: Michael Adamse
Whether you are a newbie or an online veteran, "Online Friendship, Chat-Room Romance and Cybersex" is fascinating reading and one of the most important books on relationships available today. It cuts through all the hoopla and gives you an honest look inside the heads - and modems - of users.
See also Phillip Robinson & Nancy Tamosaitis , The Joy of Cybersex : The
Underground Guide to Electronic Erotica ( 1993 ) . 9 . ... Thus , the challenge from
within by women pornographers may ultimately be more unsettling to the
Author: Libby S. Adler
Organized around three central topics of work, family, and body, this book reflects a multiplicity of feminist stances and critiques. Highlights include treatment of same-sex marriage developments; sustained treatment of perspectives and problems affecting women of color; contemporary assessments of sexual harassment law; expanded treatment of women and the labor market, the economics of divorce, pornography, and prostitution; federal civil rights and state tort law responses to domestic violence; and current regulation of women's reproductive decisions and critiques of reproductive technologies.