The game should have a manual about "Second Life" sex, since it's so common. So you're new to "Second Life", a real-world game where you live life as your avatar in a virtual world. One of the most popular uses of the game is to have cybersex using your avatar. You're probably wondering how on earth to get down and dirty with a click of the mouse. Fret no more, we're here to help.
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- Dress to Impress" Starting out on "Second Life", you'll look pretty bland. So spice your avatar up and get some clothes that say, "Hey, look at me! I'm virtually available!" After you're looking pretty skanky, start looking around for "skins" to buy that are equipped with genitalia of your preferred sex. The only downside to this is that it costs money. Or at least a few thousand Lindens. Trust us, you'll want to have some form of junk when sexing on "Second Life". Things can get pretty awkward once your partner realizes you have no private parts.
- Chat it Up: If you don't already know, cybersex is the act of dipicting sexual acts throught the internet, or computers with a partner on the other end. This can be either using an avatar to get it on, or text-chatting to a partner sexually explicit things. To start out, you'll want to meet a few people on "Second Life" and start casual conversation. Usually casual conversation leads to sex, one way or another.
- Pose Balls: If you haven't already done so, you should travel around the world of "Second Life" and explore your surroundings. You should see little orbs floating around romantic spots around romantic areas. These are called "pose balls". Pose balls allow you to move avatars into sexual or non-sexual positions. To have sex in "Second Life" you'll first want to undress to show your new sexy skin, then use a pose ball with your partner. Have fun!
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