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“It’s a more interactive form of masturbation,” says Au. “I couldn’t get that from my real-life boyfriend.” Max, 39, isn’t sure what drove his soon-to-be-ex-wife to have a relationship in Second Life.
“And everyone’s going to do that on occasion.” Plenty of people, though, initiate in-game romances because they’re seeking something that’s lacking in their real-life relationship. He says she refused to talk about it, and if he asked questions, she’d just hop online and freeze him out.
They bonded intellectually, emotionally, and yes, thanks to Second Life animations, even physically. Unlike his avatar, which is female, in real life, Sam is a man. “With Second Life, there wasn't the fear of a real-life physical attachment,” he says.
Mr Coulbeck was still there a week later when he stunned Mrs Coulbeck by proposing for the second time on one knee.“If people are getting their needs for love, attention, intimacy, companionship and sex from somewhere else, I think it’s cheating,” she says. “She no longer became the funny, excited and refreshing girl I had fallen for,” he says.“And, if they’re keeping their relationship a secret from their real-life partner.” When Kat’s real-life spouse began getting suspicious, things between the Second Life couple began to deteriorate. There was a breakup, a half-hearted reconciliation and a final breakup.“What I wanted was for my husband to treat me like that guy.” Sarah and her husband split up, and have since divorced.But Sarah credits Second Life with showing her what she wanted from a partner — attention, affection and romance.