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cyber-cheating and privacy

I’m reluctant to link to Wired since they fired brilliant columnist Gareth Branwyn but I’m struck by how their columnist normalizes adultery. Wired’s always tended toward free-geek-love — that poly-tech link again — but she seems to assume she’s writing for more polyamorists than monos.

Seems like we could be on this cusp between people keeping their vows as vague as possible in order to give themselves cheating leeway and spelling out the rules. Also between total privacy/secrecy and more gay-rights-type openness about alternative lifestyles. With everyone gaining their right to speak their love’s name and with exhibitionist-voyeur an ever-more popular dyad, I wonder if the whole notion of sexual privacy mightn’t just shrivel up and be replaced by its opposite.

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