There are two senses to the term "digisexuality". The first, broader sense is to describe the use of advanced technologies in sex and relationships. People are already familiar with first-wave sexual technologies, which are the many things that we use to connect us with our current or prospective partners. We text each other, we use Snapchat and Skype, and we go on social apps like Tinder and Bumble to meet new people.
These technologies have been adopted so widely, so quickly, that it is easy to miss what a profound effect they have had on intimate lives.
It is fascinating to study how people use technology in their relationships. We can already see people displaying different attachment styles in their use of technology. As with their human relationships, people relate to their technology in ways that may be secure, anxious, avoidant or some (often disorganized) combination of the three.