Translation of cybersex in Spanish:

cybersex

cibersexo, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈsaɪbərˌsɛks//ˈsʌɪbəsɛks/

noun

  • 1

    cibersexo masculine
    • If you think Internet flirting and cybersex are harmless, you might want to reconsider.
    • If a relationship were strong in the first place, a partner would not stray into those places on the internet where cybersex is found.
    • For anyone who has ever been curious about a whole range of sexual behaviors, cybersex offers a private, safe, and anonymous way to explore those fantasies.
    • In this instance, cybersex involves online users swapping text-based sexual fantasies with each other.
    • Since we're on the topic of intimacy, let's delve into that other magnet that lures some teens into cyberspace - cybersex.
    • He addressed pornography, cybersex, and sexual expression on the Internet, but did not delve into issues surrounding individuals who use the Internet as a venue for meeting sex partners.
    • She says that it is a daily occurrence to be invited to engage in cybersex, or to talk dirty, but she rejects these offers without hesitation.
    • In sexual interactions, the high desirability of cybersex may be a function, as Lacan theorized, of its being constituted in the realm of the linguistic and the symbolic.
    • However, it is likely that those who use the internet for cybersex or for making sexual contacts are already distanced from conventional moral economies.
    • In terms of sexuality, the internet has made cybersex possible, widely expanded the possible network of contacts and times of contact, and enabled people to utilize multiple personas.
    • But to the internet communicator engaging in cybersex, there can be the perception that this is not a ‘real’ behavior because there is not a physical interaction.
    • In some cases, the works were ‘updated’ with allusions to cybersex.
    • Questions here asked, for example, if cybersex is cheating, if sex on the Internet is better suited for men, if the Internet fosters equality between genders, and similar questions.
    • The concept of community online has been extensively explored and raises the question as to whether the internet and cybersex constitute a ‘community’ in any sense.
    • At any given time of the day or night, one can find more than 8,000 chat rooms devoted to cybersex or the discussion of sexual topics in operation on Internet Relay Chat.
    • There is an additional stage consideration that arises from the relationship between typing, doing, and being: the possibility that an individual might have cybersex with a member of the same sex, but not physical sex.
    • Thus cybersex has become positioned midway between arousal from viewing pornography and real (in-person) sexual contact.
    • Interviews were initially conducted with 36 individuals who were participating in Internet chat rooms devoted to cybersex.
    • What motivates individuals to seek sexual information, pornography, cybersex, or face-to-face sexual interaction via the Internet?
    • Male compulsive users presented cybersex as a manifestation of sexual addiction.