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’ They compared notes—and it was the same man.” When they floated his name to the wider community of The WELL, Bright recalls, “there was complete pandemonium. And he had been doing this with so many other chicks, it was just [crazy].”Bright recalls her reaction: “I’m sitting there at my keyboard and I just dropped my cup of coffee, because I had just fucked this guy in New York City a couple of weeks earlier. And I felt really embarrassed because, unlike the others, I had not given him money. [He] was, as far as I knew, the first Internet cad.”There were downsides, there were upsides.

Like those caught up in affairs, they could become obsessive, protective of their time in the zone. Herz would make the point in her 1995 book that the wired universe offered “gender options that don’t physically exist.“There was a social stigma,” says Mayes, “and, more importantly, legal issues in taking your film to the lab.Sodomy was illegal in places like Texas until the 2000s. But it was a misguided belief that you were addressing a private club.He [had seemed] really, sincerely interested in her—‘We’re going to have dates and so on’—and then he had these emergencies where she had to send him money. But by then she was so in love with him, so infatuated with their virtual affair: they’d had phone sex; they’d done so much [online].So when he started extorting money from her, she didn’t even see it [coming].”Bright remembers that one of the other WELL participants chimed in. Yes, he had been a big fanboy and told me how much he just loved-loved-loved the idea of seeing me and he would do anything for me when I came to New York.On the largest dating sites, chemistry (both sexual and interpersonal) would be replaced by algebra.

Algorithms that had been designed to sift through a voluminous database of attributes listed in members’ profiles would sort and rank potential partners’ likelihood of attraction and relationship longevity.

“The woman stopped her and said, ‘This same thing is happening to me and I haven’t told anyone because I’m so embarrassed and ashamed and I’m starting to feel like a chump. Then I said, ‘Well, we can meet.’ He was based in New Jersey.

And here we are, we’re both these ultra-smarty-pants, computer-genius women—how can this be happening to us? This guy has all these super-brainy women dangling on a string.

As the digital age bloomed, sexual variety reigned.

In the late ’80s and early ’90s, cybersex had a limited connotation: virtual-reality kink.

One of the earliest Net-sex horror stories involved an online skeeve who turned out to be a con artist. One of the West Coast leaders of sex-positive feminism, Bright in the early 1990s had left her job editing .