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26-Jun-2017 04:06

It is obviously ethically wrong to enslave someone; it is obviously ethically wrong to use an image of someone who hasn't given their consent; and it is obviously ethically reprehensible to do either with children.

The latter is what motivated the international humanitarian organization Terre des Hommes ("land of the people") to run an undercover operation to weed out pedophiles across the globe.

The majority of people who responded to the MSNBC.com/i Village Lust, Love and Loyalty survey think it can — although that characterization tends to skew along gender lines.

Sending a sexually flirtatious e-mail to a co-worker?

The virtual affair happened during a role-playing online game called “Second Life,” in which users create an online persona.

(As you might imagine, some people interviewed for this story did not want to reveal their full names.

They bonded intellectually, emotionally, and yes, thanks to Second Life animations, even physically. Unlike his avatar, which is female, in real life, Sam is a man. “With Second Life, there wasn't the fear of a real-life physical attachment,” he says.

So although he acknowledges feeing some guilt, he didn’t see the online affair as being as damaging as a real one.

Her husband’s online avatar was eventually caught cuddling with another avatar named Modesty Mc Donnell.

“Online pornography and video games involving virtual sex is a common cause for hurt feelings, misunderstandings, and serious disagreements,” said relationship expert Brenda Della Casa, author of “Cinderella Was a Liar.” She says, “In my own research, one in three men admit to viewing pornography on a regular basis which was defined as once a week or more.” “Some people see cheating as something that can only be done physically while others view any interest or person that takes away time and attention from the relationship as infidelity,” Della Casa said.

(As you might imagine, some people interviewed for this story did not want to reveal their full names. They bonded intellectually, emotionally, and yes, thanks to Second Life animations, even physically. Unlike his avatar, which is female, in real life, Sam is a man. “With Second Life, there wasn't the fear of a real-life physical attachment,” he says. So although he acknowledges feeing some guilt, he didn’t see the online affair as being as damaging as a real one.Her husband’s online avatar was eventually caught cuddling with another avatar named Modesty Mc Donnell.“Online pornography and video games involving virtual sex is a common cause for hurt feelings, misunderstandings, and serious disagreements,” said relationship expert Brenda Della Casa, author of “Cinderella Was a Liar.” She says, “In my own research, one in three men admit to viewing pornography on a regular basis which was defined as once a week or more.” “Some people see cheating as something that can only be done physically while others view any interest or person that takes away time and attention from the relationship as infidelity,” Della Casa said.Many images are taken without the consent of the subject, which is illegal.