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This was the finding of former Durbanite Marlene Wasserman, aka Dr Eve, a prominent sexologist and couples therapist.
Wasserman’s latest book, Cyber Infidelity: The New Seduction, is set to turn many of our ideas of marriage and sexual behaviour on their head.
It caters to married men and women seeking online affairs, and boasts the tagline: “Life is short.
A large number of female respondents - 76.3 percent - had cybersex with their new online partners, and 20.2 percent said they formed an emotional connection with the men they met online.The book is based on two years’ research into the database of Ashley Madison.com, a Canadian-based website with a membership of more than 35.5 million people in 46 countries, and 295 000 in South Africa.The site was created in 2002 by Canadian Noel Biderman, known as the King of Infidelity.I am positioning myself to be the global go-to person in this area of sexuality.” To present the human face of cyber infidelity, the sexologist created fictitious online personas - a woman and a man - and admits that for two years she “engaged fully, fell in love, and met men offline in the role of my female persona”.She also set up an online forum for people to discuss their cyber affairs and used anecdotal information with the permission of men and women she counselled.