It's true that many "virtual" sexual encounters are kept strictly anonymous. Sometimes participants, egged on by the intensity of their feelings, take the next step by exchanging personal information.When this happens, there is a strong possibility that the affair will eventually take a very real and physical turn indeed.Because "virtual reality" is such a new and relatively untested phenomenon, it's difficult to know exactly what it to different people.How is it perceived and experienced, physically, mentally, and emotionally, on the individual level?That doesn't change the fact that "cybersex," unlike pornography or masturbation, usually involves another human being. This is where "virtual" sexual activity takes participants to a deeper and more troubling level.
To put it bluntly, can it be regarded as adulterous, does that mean that it gives the violated partner biblical grounds for divorce?
It's possible that the "reality" of "virtual sex" is largely in the eye of the beholder.
Some participants may approach it as a genuine interpersonal encounter with meaningful relational overtones.
Even if you had caught your husband in bed with another woman, we wouldn't necessarily recommend that you divorce him.
Much depends on the degree to which he regrets his actions.