Cybersex isn't just for geeks
In a new feature, British weekly New Scientist reports that cybersex and online gaming are converging. "Games developers are teaming up with the porn industry to open up cybersex to the broad public," summarizes Agence France-Presse.
The notion is that navigating the current offerings of sexually charged chatrooms and photorealistic "avatars" is too intimidating for most hard-up lonely hearts. But combining online dating with sophisticated, easy-to-use videogame software could help the tech-challenged make the leap into virtual romance. If it helps people find love, we're in favor, but one request: No screenshots, please.
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