cybersex


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cy·ber·sex

 (sī′bər-sĕks′)
n.
Sexual activity or arousal through communication by computer.

cybersex

(ˈsaɪbəˌsɛks)
n
1. (Telecommunications) the exchanging of sexual messages or information via the internet
2. (Computer Science) sexual activity performed remotely by means of virtual reality equipment

cy•ber•sex

(ˈsaɪ bərˌsɛks)
n.
any sexual activity, display, or discussion engaged in by means of a computer.
[1985–90]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cybersex - sexual arousal involving communication on the internet
sexual arousal - the arousal of sexual desires in preparation for sexual behavior
Translations
Cybersex

cybersex

[ˈsaɪbəseks] Ncibersexo m

cybersex

[ˈsaɪbərsɛks] ncybersexe m
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An Australian national and his female companion were convicted by a Cebu City court on Tuesday for operating a cybersex den and exploiting minors in Barangay Labangon, Cebu City in 2013.
The global spread of cheap, high-speed internet and the rise in mobile phone ownership is fuelling the growth of cybersex trafficking, which has become a "brutal form of modern-day slavery", according to a report by Britain-led WeProtect.
He may also try to say you're lucky - because his cybersex prevents him from cheating with a real person.
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However, when he asked her for cybersex through webcam, she refused and he threatened to post her nude pictures on Facebook.
The Philippines, where poor children are easy prey, has become a major hub for the billion-dollar global cybersex industry.
Manila: Philippine authorities have failed to eradicate local and foreign cybersex crime gangs that victimise children, critics say, despite their paedophile clients having been monitored and arrested abroad.
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As explained by the Telegraph, Professor Matthias Brand of Duisburg-Essen University in Germany, along with his team, explored the impact of anticipating and receiving sexual gratification in the development of cybersex addiction.
Washington, Aug 6 ( ANI ): A new study has revealed women and men are the same when it comes to cybersex addiction.
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