What's the recourse if a man finds cyber-sex including porn more engaging than the real one with his spouse?

Will it be considered infidelity if a man enjoys cyber-sex and porn more sexually pleasing and exciting than the real one with his spouse? What's the recourse for the same if marital sex has turned too mundane and internet fills in the gap?


 

Use porn to improve sex life.

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You see it depends. It is all conscience . Whether it is infidelity or not you ask yourself and introspect. If you feel ok , go ahead if not stay quiet. Affairs happen for various reasons. Unhappiness is the main reason , followed by boredom, lack of sexual satisfaction, revenge or being under the influence of alcohol. In this stage, the person is vulnerable to feeling sexual attraction for someone who is not his or her partner in order to fill the emptiness. Sometimes an emotional connection is enough to make the person develop strong feelings for someone new.

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No, it ought not to be considered infidelity. That's changing the accepted meaning of the word. Virtual experiences, like sex toys, are just that - ways to imitate a real life experience with no reference to real life.

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  • Posted: 07 Dec 2016
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