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The pornography industry in the United States, with all of its technological avenues for indulging, generates revenue exceeding the combined revenues of ABC, CBS, and NBC.
And if that doesn't grab your attention try this: it's also larger than the combined revenues of football, baseball, and basketball franchises ( .
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(Note, 3/22/11: I had planned to post this blog last week, but when I woke up to the shocking news of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan on March 11, I delayed doing so out of respect, because the word in the first paragraph.
io9 writes that it started with cybernetics, "an obscure term popularized by a mathematician named Norbert Weiner in the 1940s.
For his groundbreaking book Cybernetics, Weiner borrowed the ancient Greek word 'cyber,' which is related to the idea of government or governing.
Today I post it as is, holding in my heart both deep compassion for the suffering and devastation in Japan, and also deep concern for the issues this blog addresses in our country.) Cybersex addiction is the compulsive use of Internet pornography, adult chat rooms, or adult fantasy role-play sites, impacting negatively in real-life intimate activity.
Experts are predicting that cybersex addiction is the next tsunami of mental health.
Desire is a key element in this equation, because of its relationship to consumption.
Today no one refers to the Internet as cyberspace unless they're making a deliberate throwback to the sci-fi of the 1980s.
But the word cyber existed for decades before it came into common pop culture, or even counterculture, usage.
How is gender and sexual identification/preference represented, expressed, and/or problematized by current technologies?
The mediation of sexual imageries, and their further contemporary remediations, simultaneously constrict and expand pervasive notions of traditional sexual roles.