Web site encourages infidelity, builds business around extra-marital affairs

It’s easier than ever these days for husbands or wives with wandering eyes to cheat on their spouses, thanks to a Toronto-based Web site, AshleyMadison.com, which has been around since 2002 and claims 7.45 million members.

Its shameless motto: Life is short. Have an affair.

AshleyMadison has built its popularity in part through an effective media campaign, as well as through high profile advertising, including TV ads during the Super Bowl.

I am trying to line up an interview with the CEO of AshleyMadison, Noel Biderman, who is himself reportedly married. Stay tuned.

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3 Responses to Web site encourages infidelity, builds business around extra-marital affairs

  1. Hello there, I found your site by way of Google whilst looking for a similar topic, your website got right here up, it appears to be like good. I have bookmarked it in my google bookmarks.

  2. Allen Moreno says:

    Go to your favorite search engine and type in extramarital affair, married affair, casual affairs, married encounter or a host of other phrases and you will inevitably be directed to extramarital affair sites. A search will turn up over 54,000 of these sites online. These extra marital affairs sites began in 2001 and extramarital affair sites have been changing married lives ever since. The premise of these introductions sites are married dating, discreet affairs between married men and married women. With motto’s like “Life is Short. Have an Affair.” extramarital affair sites started to garner more attention since they have been featured on “The Tyra Show,” “20/20,” “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” “Dr. Phil,” “Larry King Live” “Howard Stern” and even “Fox News.”
    Four million users (active number unknown) have signed up, a number that has doubled in less than a year. What’s the attraction? Simple, going into this everyone knows what they want, confidential affairs and casual sex; there are no lies or deception. Married people, swingers and people looking for some form of self discovery through swapping, exploring, intimate encounters or just sex are often aggressively shutout on dating sites. Extramarital affair sites don’t shun them, though. They reach out to them. If you are looking to cheat, by just fooling around, intimate encounters or secret affairs, this is the no strings attached place for a no promises connection. Members find that the temptation of philandering, cheating, sneaking around with sexy, naughty friends with benefits and other sexual indiscretions at these secret affair clubs are far more exciting than monogamy. Obviously, singles can still join. All the same, discreet relationships, intimate affairs and private moments with sexy friends for an afternoon delight, not traditional romances, are the sites mainstay, because many of its members have limited free time.
    An emphasis on intimate moments and connecting casual encounters is the product of these extramarital dating services. Extramarital affair sites offers a lot of help for members who want to make privacy and discretion a high priority. Members can turn off their profiles / personals at any time, and they can also set things up so they appear offline even when they are actually online. In case you are about to get caught with your hand in the cookie jar, there is a panic button that will whisk you away to a movie trailer website.
    Be sure to thoroughly understand the consequences that can come from using the extramarital affair sites online matching services. It can’t be emphasized enough that these are not just another online personals site. They are making no strings connections with naughty friends for companionship, an emotional affair or a sexual encounter.

  3. whatsaysyou says:

    This is very wrong in all levels. What sort of website would encourage a stupid act called infidelity? Having affair is wrong and it is destructive to both a relationship and even the family.

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