Nah, I wouldn't say programs are any more pure or innocent or anything than we are, except as they might be by necessity because of the differences of our lifestyles. (See: Clu2, Castor, Gem, Jarvis, any of the MCP's or Clu's guards.) In fact, I daresay they were trying to make the point in both films that we and programs are very alike indeed. Perhaps programs might wonder if it's wrong to fantasize about users.
That might make an interesting plot point.
(I never imagined programs would have traditional user marriage in their social mores, considering they probably don't have traditional user religions and such to dictate such things. Whether they have some form of romantic commitment or bonding, and whether that resembles our idea of commitment, or is as widespread and even "socially required" as in our experience, we don't know. It's never addressed. We know Tron and Yori are in a relationship, but we get no details about same except that they are-- not how it started, how long they've been together, how they themselves think of the relationship, etc. Like Alan and Lora, we're simply to accept that they are together in some form, and not worry about the details.)