We've been talking about that in the forum, too.
Porn is passive entertainment, and you seek it out as individuals or couples (or groups, I suppose) as something to inspire arousal and perhaps fulfillment.
I ignored it until I could do so no longer, until eventually, for what felt like the sake of my sanity, I resolved to do something about it.
But if is correct and even Canadians are spending too much time pursuing sex online, perhaps we should put some effort into figuring out why.
But I would expect a premium site with almost 16 million members to have at least one interesting chat room, wouldn't you?
And good cyber must still exist, if 8 million people are addicted to it.
The problem is that it's hard to figure out exactly what researchers mean when they talk about online sex addiction.
To me, porn and cybersex are such completely different animals, pursued for different reasons, that lumping them together doesn't give us any real answers about what people actually find addictive.
Meanwhile, if you know where the good stuff has gone, let me know.