Cheating on wifes dating websites
"No one can show me a culture on the planet where infidelity doesn't happen," Biderman told AFP.
"Infidelity was always there," he added, noting that conventional dating websites are often "overrun by would-be affair seekers." By offering a site catering specifically for married individuals, Ashley Madison had "filled a void in many married men and women's hearts," Biderman said, noting that the site now has some 25 million members in 35 countries, earning around 0 million in revenue last year.
There are now dozens of similar websites offering the promise of extramarital relationships with domain names that are unabashedly direct, from
"As a woman with a high libido, I've realized it's not only unrealistic but indeed unfair to rely solely on one person to satisfy my needs," says Stephanie, 28.For millions, adultery via the Internet has become the new normal.Since the launch of the Canada-based Ashley Madison website in 2002, which created a sensation with its seductive slogan "Life is short, have an affair," the numbers turning to online infidelity have soared."Some people want to 'shake up' their lives, there are people with a 'kink', something they enjoy about sex that their partner wouldn't do." Greg, 45, has no doubt about the effect Ashley has had on his personal life."I think it's fair to say that without (it), I would probably be divorced by now," he said.
"Some are looking for sex because they are in sexless marriages with people they love or don't want to leave for other reasons but cannot have sex with," said Schwartz.