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Many of the women who write on this site struggle with their Sex Addict husband’s accusations that their porn or web cam or sex chats are not really cheating and that ‘everyone does it’ will now have some official validation.
According to Rob Weiss, Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CSAT-S and Founder of the Sexual Recovery Institute, this is cheating!
I’ve also talked with several of my friends and acquaintances, both SSA and not (although most of them SSA), and they’ve told me that masturbating with other guys has long been a fantasy of theirs — or, at least, they’ve considered it. When I’ve fantasized about either being caught or seen by another guy while masturbating, or about masturbating with another guy, my desire was never toward sex. Instead, I’ve imagined him walking in on me, looking at me, being there with me, seeing what I’m doing, and either being totally nonchalant about it or praising me.
That doesn’t mean they would all if given the chance; it just means they would be tempted by it, and it was a fantasy for them. This is still a temptation I dwell on in my thoughts or want to click to on the Internet. That nonchalance, that praise, would’ve meant he’d accepted me as an equal. This fantasy of masturbating with other guys is and always has been rooted in a hunger for acceptance, approval, validation, and love from my male peers. Why not fantasize about winning a football game or starting my own business or discovering a cure for AIDS to gain the favor and approval of my gender-mates?
I’m not saying that constant masturbation cannot be an issue.
Not have sex with them, not experience any kind of touching or penetration whatsoever — just jack off together, in full view of each other, with no shame, as casually as we would watch TV or fold laundry.I feel like he has been cheating on me and it’s hard for me to even look at him across the dinner table anymore. There have been some studies that show online cheating does typically progress to real-world cheating.One study published in the journal Sexuality & Culture involved a survey of more than 5,100 people.I specialize in counseling wives of sex addicts, and I often see women who haven’t told anyone about their husband’s addiction, sometimes for months or even years.The lack of support available to spouses, and often inaccurate information being put out about partners of sexual addicts, can cause a wife to suffer additional trauma and feel like she is partially responsible for her husband’s behavior.