The Joy of Cybersex: A Creative Guide For Lovers

Paperback | September 14, 1998

byDeborah Levine

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THE JOY OF CYBERSEX
A Guide for Creative Lovers

--Learn to Flirt like a Pro
--Find Steamy Chat Rooms
--Get Sex and Relationship Counseling
--Fuel Hot Monogamy
--Go Beyond the Picket Fence
--And more!

What is the word searched most often on the Internet?
You've got it--SEX.

But where do you go? What's safe? What do you do when you get there? In this fun, informative, and thoroughly satisfying book, on-line sexpert Deb Levine guides you to all the right sites so you can:

--Pack up the "come here often"--lines and learn to flirt like a pro
--Meet your soul mate--or at least a decent date
--Get answers to all those sex questions you're too embarrassed to ask in person
--Learn how to spice up your sex life
--Find out the facts (and expose the myths) of safe sex
--Fulfill your real-life sexual fantasies in the safe confines of cyberspace

Whether you're an on-line novice or a seasoned pro, The Joy of Cybersex has something for you. Deb Levine will open your eyes to a world of possibility on the Internet--so you can have a healthy, sexy life off-line!

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Deb Levine is the Dr. Ruth of the Internet: creator of the award-winning "Go Ask Alice" Web site and the hugely popular "Delilah" Web site (which receives 30 million page views each month).What word is most often searched on the Internet? Sex. After all, everyone wants to know how to make his or her sex life a little hotter, healthier,...

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THE JOY OF CYBERSEXA Guide for Creative Lovers--Learn to Flirt like a Pro--Find Steamy Chat Rooms--Get Sex and Relationship Counseling--Fuel Hot Monogamy--Go Beyond the Picket Fence--And more!What is the word searched most often on the Internet?You've got it--SEX.But where do you go? What's safe? What do you do when you get there? In t...

Deb Levine, BSW, MA, is a nationally acclaimed online sex educator. As Delilah at Thrive Partners, Inc., and formerly as Alice of the award-winning Go Ask Alice Web site at Columbia University, she's been answering questions about sex and relationships on the Net for years. A trained health educator and social worker, she has been hail...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:256 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.75 inPublished:September 14, 1998Publisher:Random House Publishing Group

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Do you know which word is searched most often on the Internet? You've got it--SEX. But have you ever visited a sex site on the Web? I imagine you use your computer for personal and business e-mail, and maybe a little fancy word processing and database management. Sex sites on the Web have crossed your mind, but not your computer screen. Guess what? It's time to break the taboo and forge a path to the wealth of valuable sex information in cyberspace. Then you can learn how to apply it to your love, life, and relationships.I've been working on the Net for more than five years. When I first began publishing as Alice, of the renowned Go Ask Alice! Web site, not many people even knew what the Web was. (Hard to imagine these days, isn't it?) My job was to educate small groups of Ivy League students about the health issues said to concern them: sexual assault, HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted diseases, and body image concerns. To keep their attention, I had to do just about everything except take off my clothes. After my hundredth or so lecture in the dorms, I realized these nightly group encounters were no longer effective with the MTV generation.At my wit's end, I turned to my friends in the computer lab and suggested we create something on-line to reach the masses. In 1991, the Internet was for computer nerds, academicians, and engineers. The material available to the general public consisted largely of library holdings and administrative information. We were clearly breaking new ground with the service I proposed--teaching students about sensitive health concerns (and, of course, sex) via the Internet.Having little computer experience didn't stop me. I learned quickly about the technology and how to convey information through cyberspace in an interesting, honest, and fun way. I answered health questions for three years in the name of Alice--questions as diverse as how long the average guy lasts in bed to how to handle an ingrown toenail. I received thousands of questions, and responded to over 750--most of which were about sex and relationships. It was obvious the world was interested in sex, but had nowhere to turn to get their answers.The Net was the right place then, even more so now. It offers anonymity--something in-person lectures and workshops don't. It offers a level of honesty that is hard to get from your friends, lovers, or doctors. There is no one on the Net judging you for what you don't know, no one second-guessing whether you're a "normal" player in the sexual arena.Today I'm answering your sex and relationship questions on-line as Delilah@Thrive.com. To date, I've posted more than 300 Q&As, and the answers are getting richer and more interesting every day. The questions: Am I normal? Am I good in bed? And the answers: If there's a person, place, or thing out there in the world, there's someone who gets turned on by it. And yes, you're normal.You have a chance to find romance, revive your relationship, and explore fantasies in the relative safety and obscurity of cyberspace. If you haven't spent much time surfing for sex information, you'll be quite surprised at the variety, depth, and breadth of what's available. Shame and embarrassment are removed from the equation--the playing field is level. You get a chance to find out who you are sexually--what you really need and desire--and to bring it back to your real-life relationships in a healthy way.The Joy of Cybersex explores the art of the possible in terms of sex on the Net. Each chapter contains a wealth of information:What you can do on-line to enhance your sex life.Great sites to visit with everything you need to know about how to navigate through them.Case studies of people who have used the sexual services offered in cyberspace.Researchers say people who discuss sexuality openly and are comfortable with their bodies are better lovers and life partners. My goal in writing The Joy of Cybersex is to give you the chance to take advantage of what the Internet has to offer, and provide you with the tools for satisfying, lifelong sex.Please note: Some of the Internet addresses listed in this book are likely to change by the time you read this. This is only natural in the fast-paced world of cyberspace. If you come across an error message while on-line, use your search engine to find the new URL (address) for a site, or sites of a similar nature more recently created.The author in no way guarantees the nature or the validity of the content on the sites listed. The listings are simply examples of the variety of sites you might find on the Internet, not necessarily the best or most accurate.

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Deb Levine is the Dr. Ruth of the Internet: creator of the award-winning "Go Ask Alice" Web site and the hugely popular "Delilah" Web site (which receives 30 million page views each month).What word is most often searched on the Internet? Sex. After all, everyone wants to know how to make his or her sex life a little hotter, healthier, or more fulfilling. Now, thanks to the age of modern technology, that curiosity can be satisfied in the privacy of one's own home. And in this fun, informative, and thoroughly gratifying book, Deb Levine shows how to safely explore the Net, guiding you to all the right sites so you can: -- Get answers to all those sex questions you're too embarrassed to ask in person-- Fulfill your real-life sexual fantasies in the safe confines of cyberspace-- Spice up your sex life with handy foreplay tips-- Find out the hard facts (and expose the myths) of safe sex-- Celebrate your own sexuality -- and in the process, become a better loverAll this and much more is part of this one-of-a-kind book that will open your eyes