Breaking Free of Compulsive Online Sexual Behavior" by Patrick Carnes et al, one way to categorize types of cybersex users is according to these five major groups. Now, I'm an advice columnist and not your mom, so I would never tell you not to send someone a consensual nude. Examples of problematic users in the discovery group are people who compulsively visit adult dating sites in the hope of meeting a partner, while avoiding real-life opportunities to meet people; or people who use the internet in an attempt to meet an underage partner for sex, despite no prior history of doing so. Realize that you may be addicted if your real life partner walks by naked and you'd rather be typing with one hand and still trying to keep a steady rhythm going. If the cyber is not going well, please let the other person know in the best way you can. According to Deadspin, Favre, who was playing for the New York Jets at the time the photos were allegedly taken, had sent the cock shots to Jets sideline reporter Jenn Sterger as part of an extended—and repeatedly rebuffed—attempt to seduce her. And no matter what, don't take a nude featuring your face. Instead of being all "durr, let's fuck, but online" to your partner, it's way easier to tell them exactly what you want to do to them and have done to you the next time the two of you see each other, in the most specific way possible. Jess says. Group 1: Nobody needs to suffer a really bad cyber twice. While it does not involve physical contact, critics claim that the powerful emotions involved can cause marital stress, especially when cybersex culminates in an Internet romance. The exact definition of cybersex—specifically, whether real-life masturbation must be taking place for the online sex act to count as cybersex—is up for debate.