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.
We've been talking about that in the forum, too.
Nowadays though, it ironically has a quaint sort of datedness to it more reminiscent of the era the work came from (or imitates, in case the zeerust is deliberate).Good cybersex requires imagination, communication, emotion. It always involves an element of suspense, because you can't be certain what the other person is going to do.Women gravitate toward cybersex rather than porn, because staged images cannot compete with interactivity and attention from real people.Yet it was hard to find a chat room where people were indeed chatting, much less flirting or attempting intelligent seduction. It's possible that good cyber still exists, it's just not free.Instead, it was "any white chikc want 2 talk to eas India guy? One friend tells me his membership fees for Pal Talk have been worth it, getting him access to an "international circle jerk" where men and women come together by webcam and text.Not that this is not always a bad thing: Often the dated vision of the future is a lot more imaginative than anything being attempted today, with more modern, "realistic" depictions striking viewers as bland and boring precisely because of the authenticity. In the first song, "Trans-Island Skyway", the narrator tells us he is about to embark on a journey in his new dream-car, a custom-tooled Kamakiri.