But there's a darker flip side to online dating sites and popular apps like Tinder and Bumble — specifically, "married dating" sites, where cheating spouses-to-be can search for a willing partner in infidelity on the down-low. Husbands and wives may vow to be there for each other, forsaking all others through sickness and health, until death do them part, but statistics show married men and women alike are cheating more frequently now than ever before. And naturally, online dating platforms are well aware of this fact. While we can't blame the online dating sites for creating this dilemma, the fact that there's actually a decent market for dating sites dedicated to married people wanting to have affairs baffles me a little.
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Cheating Websites Are Booming
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The show explores the impact the affair has on their lives as well as the lives of their partners, family, and friends. BeNaughty puts it all out there — you can tell just by the name. More than 77 million horny singles and couples use Adult Friend Finder, and you can join for free by creating an account. It only takes a couple of minutes, and communication features include IM, email, forums, and video.
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'I don’t regret joining a cheating website. The sex was exhilarating’
Since the launch of the Canada-based Ashley Madison website in , which created a sensation with its seductive slogan. There are now dozens of similar websites offering the promise of extramarital relationships with domain names that are unabashedly direct, from www. For Noel Biderman, the founder of Ashley Madison, his site and others like it are merely facilitating a human desire that is as old as time. According to figures in the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, some 22 percent of men and 14 percent of women will cheat on their spouses at least once during their marriage.
When the news broke about the Ashley Madison hack , I started watching social media intently. I read all the outraged comments from onlookers who are astonished that 33 million people would sign up to an extra-marital dating site and cheat on their partners. I was particularly interested because I did it on a similar site, and got away with it.