Anthony Weiner and his lower half are back in the headlines, after another round of his sexting scandal was revealed. Weiner resigned from Congress in 2011 after his sexting pictures and messages surfaced on social media, and now the New York City mayoral candidate has apologized once again for dirty messages and pictures he exchanged with a younger woman, who is not his wife.
Weiner's wife, Huma Abedin, has been criticized for publicly announcing her support for her husband and his run for mayor of New York City. But even though Weiner's actions didn't include physical interaction with another woman, should sexting still be considered cheating?
Our experts weigh in on the dirty digital phenomenon and whether it should be considered cheating.