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Nicht so heiss
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- From: "Ralf W. Stephan" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 11 Jun 1998 11:12:20 +0200
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Rezept: Nach dem Kochen etwas warten...
SAN FRANCISCO -- Cybersex, it turns out, is not so steamy after all.
In what is being billed as the first major "click-and-tell" poll about
online sex, Internet users poured cold water on feverish speculation
about their hot-and-heavy, high-tech love lives.
"What catches our interest is the scandal -- pedophiles going online,
compulsive sex addicts," said Al Cooper, the California sex researcher
who wrote the survey. "But we found that the vast majority of people
simply use it for recreation, like watching Baywatch."
One interesting tidbit the survey revealed was that a growing number
of women are turning to the Internet to explore their sexuality. While
men generally outnumber women on cybersex sites by five to one, Cooper
said more and more women are logging on.