Her friends told her about the live cams, nows she's addicted

Everything started with her telling her about a website of live cam that she usually visits. Then to try to understand, she registered, and went surfing anonymously. Addiction and perversion started developing up since it the highest level of what she has been doing with her boyfriend through Social Media. Always in love with her boyfriend, she does not look for the real. Her cam is enough. The relationships are purely virtual. She will never see them, never touch them. But, she is addicted to the various cam shows. What caused all these?

Why she became addicted?

Many young nowadays his webcam addict because of the sexual games around him. Everything starts with a sex tape and then you do not control anything for those who love. The following points explain the girl’s addiction to webcams.

Sexual games on the web are more and more popular with younger people

This is apparent from a study conducted by Ifop. Entitled "Virtual sex via webcams and new technologies", this study highlights that users of Web 2.0 are more and more tempted by video experiences and that they multiply the exchanges of erotic spectacle. And it is the young people who are most willing to play this type of game.

Regarding the "erotic shows"

We learn that 22% of under-25s have already watched a live porn chat show performed by a person in front of his webcam. 10% have already made this "live show" themselves, and 16% admit having already made "sexual games" via the webcam on a computer, against 8% of the rest of the population. For people under 25, the number has doubled in just three years. The study adds that "in detail, we note that the followers of this kind of shows are, unsurprisingly, much more numerous in the male (29% of men under 25 years) than female (11%)".

The conclusion of the investigation is clear enough

New technologies are leading to new sexual practices among the youngest. "The willingness of the French to make love virtually via a webcam is becoming stronger, but it remains, in fact, a practice still limited in the entire population (8% against 6% in 2009). On the other hand, it is developing strongly among young people. ... In all, more than one in three young people (35%) have already given up or declare that it could one day give itself to this type of 'experience".