No. It doesn't count. It's something, but it's not a real relationship. My best friend's older brother did marry a chick he met online, however. At the point where they got rid of the distance, it became real.
No, of course they don't count as a real experience. That is what some people do when they are too scared to go out and experience the real thing. It is a pretend world for people who are too afraid to deal with the real world.
It's obviously not like a face-to-face relationship (or however it's called) but it does count as a relationship given how real feelings are involved, the only difference is that there's no physical contact.
with how so many things can be took out of context it can be anything , but i would not lean toward meeting anyone online you meet seeing how they might be to far away no matter how romantic those online dating sites sound.
I met my boyfriend irl then he moved away so we have an LDR. So I guess it's cyber. It sucks that we don't have physical contact but we talk to much and feel so close that it doesn't bug me as much as I thought it would. For some people it's real, others it isn't. I'd say mine is real