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Melissa said the text messages were what drove her to dissolve the marriage. I’d rather he just screw somebody and get it over with," she told Huff Post. I think any type of intimacy that you have outside of your marriage with somebody else is a form of cheating." It seems many people agree with Melissa. In a 2011 piece for Gizmodo, Sam Biddle described it this way: "It's not If I just send you an unsolicited cell snapshot of my junk, I'm not a sexter -- I'm a pervert.
If you're my girlfriend and I do it, I'm still not sexting -- there's no message, no action -- just "Here, look at my blurry genitals." Robert Weiss, a social worker and director of intimacy and sexual disorders programs for the Elements Behavioral Health treatment center, told The Huffington Post that according to the clients he works with, sexual texting, or texting about sex, is not the same thing as sexting.
In the messages, Melissa's husband described graphic sexual acts he wanted to do with the woman. "I wanna cum on ur tits now." Now that Melissa had evidence, her husband immediately changed his tune: He didn't think he'd done anything wrong, because he'd had no physical contact with the other woman.
But for Melissa, it didn't matter whether he'd actually followed through with his graphic messages. She decided to file for divorce, a process she's still going through today. adults found that 85 percent of women and 74 percent of men consider sexting a form of cheating. Merriam-Webster defines "sexting" as "the sending of sexually explicit messages or images by cell phone." But other definitions vary, depending on whom you ask.
Sure enough, there were no incriminating text messages on his phone.
And since sexting doesn't actually involve physical contact, it's easy to think of it as a poor substitute for other, more exciting activities.
But if so many people, both in and out of relationships, are doing it, they must be getting out of it. Men, he told Huff Post, tend to sext for one of two reasons: Either they're hoping eventually to have sex with their sexting partner, or they're trying to get masturbation material and have no intention of actually hooking up.
Melissa noticed that her husband was standing very close to one woman in particular.
She told The Huffington Post that the two of them were whispering to each other and getting "a little too handsy." Both of them had their phones out, apparently texting one another.