In light of the latest sexting story regarding Democtratic Rep. Anthony Weiner’s weenie being leaked across twitter, the media is all a buzz of this new term to describe these virtual cheating acts. Brace yourselves ladies and gentlemen, we are officially in the generation of Cheating 2.0. But does that really mean that the person cheated though?
In the case of Congressman Weiner sharing his weenie, all he did was send a picture of his manhood to some girl he didn’t know via twitter and express his interest in her. Is that really considered an act of cheating since no private body parts actually touched? Kinda like that whole emotional cheating moment that Madonna ‘allegedly’ shared with Yankee baseballer Alex Rodgriguez in 2008. I mean if they never physically touched does it really count as an affair?
Well, in Diva Dee’s mind both of these situations are considered cheating. If you have allowed yourself to become intimately emotional with someone other than your spouse, then you are a cheater. I don’t care if you only sexted a time or two, it is dayum cheating! It’s amazing how people put a spin on things just to satisfy their desires to justify their wrongs as rights. But at the end of the day, whether you made every effort to communicate intimately with someone or actually got busy in the bedroom with them, you have cheated!
A cheat is a cheat is a cheat!!!!!!
I welcome your thoughts and encourage your feedback! Let Diva Dee know what’s on your mind!
Get more details about the Cheating 2.0 Craze here: Cheating 2.0 Gone Wild!