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Developments include: - Higher-resolution images - Text-based sex-chatting - Simulated acts in Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games (MMORPGs) — both games that are designed for more general purposes and games that are specifically created for such activities - Solicitation on sites like Backpage and Craig's List - Sites where users can "rate" different prostitutes - Video sex-chatting - Real-time video-based prostitution wherein the user can interact with and direct the prostitute via text or voice (virtual sex tourism) Within these never-ending cans of worms are some controversial legal and ethical ramifications that our culture is having to deal with.Many individuals displayed on-line are held under the qualifications of sex trafficking, which is against international law.Taylor met her spouse in an online chatroom while playing the game, and the couple married several years later. This is the second time her husband has strayed virtually, according to Taylor, who said she discovered his online avatar having sex with a “Second Life” prostitute shortly after their marriage began.She later hired another avatar, a private investigator, to doublecheck his virtual fidelity.
“It may have started online, but it existed entirely in the real world and it hurts just as much,” Amy Taylor, 28, said in an article in Time magazine.“The key component in understanding what is cheating …is to share your expectations with your partner and listen to theirs and come to an understanding.If you don’t do this, you run the risk of a situation like this where one spouse may feel betrayed and another may think he or she was just playing a video game.” Taylor’s real life husband, David Pollard, 40, denies that his online character had cybersex, adding he only got involved in the “Second Life” game because his wife was spending all her free time playing another video game, “World of Warcraft,” instead of doing anything with him. It started out as a friendship, as many relationships do. And although they shared all kinds of intimacies in Second Life, the real people have never laid eyes on each other. “The fear of someone calling me up at home.” For many folks, the arms-length quality of in-game romance is what separates a (fairly) harmless experiment from actual infidelity.But gradually Sam's feelings for Kat, a beautiful, smart and confident woman, had turned romantic. If these intimacies, no matter how personal, never translate into a real-world meeting or real-life sex, can it be considered cheating?