First Published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

First Foreword, John Bancroft
Second Foreword, Albert Ellis
1. Introduction, Al Cooper
SECTION I: Special Populations: How They Are Being Impacted by Internet Sexual Issues
2. Women and the Internet, Sandra Leiblum
3. Men Who Have Sex with Men and the Internet: Emerging Clinical Issues and their Management, Michael W. Ross and Michael R. Kauth
4. Access to Pleasure: Onramp to Specific Information on Disability, Illness, and Other Expected Changes Throughout the Lifespan, Mitchell S. Tepper and Annette Owens
5. Effects of Internet Sexuality on Children and Adolescents, Robert E. Freeman-Longo
6. Effects of Cybersex Problems on the Spouse and Family, Jennifer Schneider
SECTION II. Cybersex Problems: Understanding and Addressing
7. Virtual Sexuality in the Workplace: A Wake-up Call for Clinicians, Employers, and Employees, Al Cooper, Irene McLoughlin and Pauline C. Reich
8. The Compulsive Nature of Cybersex in the Next Sexual Revolution, David L. Delmonico, Patrick J. Carnes and Elizabeth Griffin
9. The Electronic Bedroom: Treatment Considerations for Compulsive Online Sexual Behavior, Dr. Kimberly S. Young and Dr. David Greenfield
10. Paraphilias and the Internet.
SECTION III. Other Issues of Which Clinicians Need to Be Aware
11. Sexuality and the Internet: Ethics, Regulation and Security, S.Michael Plaut
12. Harnessing the Power of Internet to Improve Sexual Relationships, Al Cooper, Coralie Scherer and David Marcus
13. Obtaining Data About Human Sexual Functioning from the Internet, Eric P. Ochs, Kenneth Mah and Yitzchak M. Binik
14. The Future of Internet Sexuality, Azy Barak and William A. Fischer