Yesterday we posted an article by a married man who uses Ashley Madison to cheat. This is what it's like to use the notorious dating site as a single woman. Last week, I went out with a nice guy. We met at a storied bar think the Stork Club , if it still existed and had a great time. He was charming, polite, and incredibly attentive.
Infidelity dating site Ashley Madison has reached 60 million members, according to the latest report verified by Ernst and Young. About 14, new members joined every day in , and for every active paid male account there were 1. He said the fact membership numbers continue to grow is proof that "monogamy is not in our DNA. Something missing from the marriage doesn't mean you've fallen out of love, he said, so people turn to a discrete way to have affairs. It's what Ashley Madison's president and chief technology officer Ruben Buell calls "outsourcing your sex life.
But what is interesting is the sheer number of users. Who knew so many unhappily married people overwhelmingly, men were actively looking for an affair on this site alone? What sort of men are they, and how do they feel about their deceit? Natasha Caruana, a photographic artist, has had a unique insight.
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.