When I found out about this and confronted her, she refused to admit she had a problem.
Finally, she started driving to meet a couple of these guys hundreds of miles away, taking the children with her!
There are those reading this who might assume that Cathy was simply a loose woman, slutty, not unlike a prostitute in her mind-set.
As a direct result of this interview with Cathy, together with my interaction with Willie Draughon, retired Assistant Chief of Criminal Investigations with the State Attorney General's Office, I returned to the drawing board, and revised my book to include the rising and devastating problem of female Internet porn and cybersex addiction. I began having sexual fantasies about what I saw there (sometimes involving masturbation). My life was one of sex and gratification, and all because of curiosity about porn sites. Now she lives alone, divorced, virtually ignored and despised by her children. Actually, prior to her introduction to Internet pornography and her subsequent addiction to cybersex chatrooms and illicit sex, she was an exemplary wife and mother, a model citizen in her community, and an active participant in her church. And after work she could go home and play the vixen again, engaging in dominance and submission under handles like 'Super Vixen' or 'Madam X.'" Cathy's Story-The Future of Women and Internet Pornography While writing my book . I found myself looking for time when no one was around so I could get on the Internet. She was still the same shy, quiet, responsible librarian.