Unlike people who don’t develop an addiction, those hooked on cybersex actually become aroused by sexual cues on the Internet.If you don’t become turned on by pornographic images on the Internet, you won’t become a cybersex addict.Anna Malle is oddly cast as a lab technician, while Jessica James provides some respite from the top-heavy Crystal in a fantasy sequence.
I'm fixing the sloppy IMDb credits right now, as whoever submitted this listing attributed this feature to Wicked Pictures, rather than the Vivid production, reissued on that company's Wave label as a DVD.
Brad's frequent collaborator Greg Steelberg is listed as a director, but he did not receive a screen credit.
The researchers told participants ahead of time that they would be viewing explicit pornographic material of legal sexual practices.
The young women were divided into groups based on their reported use of both Internet pornography and Internet sex chat rooms—Internet Pornography Users (IPUs); non-IPUs (NIPUs); interactive cybersex applications users only (ICUs); and noninteractive or no cybersex interactive applications users (NICUs).
You might think that women hooked on Internet porn have poorer real-life relationships.
However, those with strong cybersex addiction were than their non-addicted counterparts to have sexual partners in large numbers, to feel less satisfied with their sexual contacts, or to use interactive cybersex sites.
During the one-hour testing in the lab, participants filled out a questionnaire, indicating how addicted they were to cybersex, known as the Internet Addiction Test adapted for cybersex use (IATs).
There are two scales on the IATS—one reflecting loss of control and time management and the second tapping craving and social problems.
Technically, cybersex is defined as sexually motivated behavior involving the Internet.