Online Sexual Activity in the New Millennium

Cooper, Al
March 2004
Contemporary Sexuality;Mar2004, Vol. 38 Issue 3, pi
This article presents updates of Clinical and Educational Sexology which are intended to provide state-of-the art education for members of the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists and other professionals on matters relevant to the practice of sexuality education, counseling and therapy. The theme of the updates is online sexual activity which is defined as the use of the Internet for any sexual activity. The topics covered in the updates include sexual education and information, sexually disenfranchised and alternative communities, online relationships, online sexual problems/online sexual compulsivity, and the future of Internet sexuality.


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