A survey conducted across 40 countries last year, by the Pew Research Centre, USA, found that 62% of Indians had no issues indulging in extramarital affairs.It is no surprise then, that several Indian users seem to have contributed to making a French website — which provocatively calls itself “the first extramarital dating site made by women” — a virtual hit. “You can meet married or attached men and women from all over the world,” it says, while asking the user to “be honest about your marital status.” The irony couldn’t be more palpable.When your marriage just doesn't seem to carry the intimate flame that it used to and you find yourself longing to date someone new what can you do?
We are great friends, I admired and respected him, and I trusted him completely. I have always been against marriage and felt that it was only because my husband was so exceptional that it made sense (my father abandoned us when we were kids). I don't want to tell my family because I am afraid they will stop respecting him.
When I confronted him about the website, I found out that he had been doing it for six months (from the time my second daughter was a month old). A divorce would also cause a lot of heartache in both our families (we are from a country where this is not common). I have asked him to come clean with his parents because it would make me feel like it's a sign of being truly repentant.
Have An Affair.” That is what I have spent the last three days trying to do.
Millions of adulterous users of the website Ashley Madison – which bills itself as a dating site for married people – have spent this week worrying about having their membership and their cheating secrets revealed after a group calling itself Impact Team hacked into their profiles.
He said he never intended for it to go anywhere, though he did meet one of the women once. When I first found out, I asked him to not touch anything on his profile until I had time to think about it. (I am not religious.) It's been two months since I found out and he hasn't done it yet.
And when I finally decided a couple of days later that I needed to go through the site and find out the extent of his betrayal, I found that he had changed some things to tone down what he had done. He is seeing a psychiatrist and telling her his life story so that's more a shoulder to whine and cry on than someone who will hold him accountable for what he did.
She emails me moments later: “I haven’t even finished setting up my bio and I’ve been ‘favourited’ twice.”I vow to get proactive. ” and take an indiscriminate copy-and-paste approach. I reveal I’m a journalist and he is happy to discuss his experiences.
Which, it transpires, involves taking out my credit card. He’s been a member for three months and has parted with £350.
Priming myself not to lie or deceive, I set up a profile.