A Look Into a Cheating WebsiteMarch 30,2011 Marina Y Sanchez Freelance Columnist
Have you heard of the website ashleymadison.com? It’s a website that allows married people to cheat. It’s like a dating site however the men and women that are on the database are all married, all looking for something other than their significant other.
Repulsed? Well there is 8 million men and women that have signed up. Eight. Million! MSN featured a writer that went under cover in the website to get answers from some of the married men who signed into the website.
The writer created a fake profile and responded only to the men that contacted her. She said in her profile that she was married because apparently many of the men on the site don’t want the complications of seeing a single woman. They want an even trade. Your fidelity for mine.
Overnight she received 164 messages. A lot of the messages were clear what the men wanted. They had below the waist images, taglines insinuating their intentions (Alone at my house, and naked for you).
She goes onto report that There are the ones who just want to meet to have sex; you can tell because their handles are direct and uncomplicated whereas others are family men with secure good jobs.
She goes onto report of the several she encounters. Here is the link that way you can read in-depth of all her encounters with the married men.
One of the men had cheated before. Once the affair was over he needed something else to distract him. He felt he needed more. He believes he is just doing as nature intended. All the men say they can’t have sex the way they want to with their wives. Nor do they want, in some cases. There are plenty of men who say they are happily married when what they really mean is they are bored. And they all seem to say they feel as if they are missing something.
Truthfully, these men and women are selfish for forgetting their family and the oath they took when they got married. If they wanna run around like singles people or they are not happy, they need to break it off with their spouses. Their spouses deserve someone who is willing to be faithful to them.
So are you checking his or her cell phone? Or emails? Don’t worry its normal. Yet not the right thing to do. This article can though be used to start a conversation.
Scott Haltzman, M.D., author of The Secrets of Happy Families said, “use this article as a starting point to talk about your fears and ways to keep things fresh,” he says.
Haltzman’s tip: Try something — anything — new together, regularly.