Adultery sounds like such an old-fashioned word doesn't it? It sounds sordid, and underhand, and perhaps it is. But it can also be a lot of fun! These days it is increasingly common too. Despite divorce rates dropping, adultery rates are on the up. Could it be that adulterous affairs are actually keeping marriages together? Find out at TheAffairSite for yourself!
Adultery Dating Sites
Due to recent publicity, affairs and adultery dating sites have grown incredibly popular amongst people seeking adultery. It's easy for your affair to remain clandestine if you've met online and checked the other person out in advance. You can avoid the risk of being seen chatting to men or women in bars or clubs - you never know if your spouse's friends are in the bar! On top of that, dating sites allow you to find people living in specific areas, so you can choose to search for fellow affair-hunters in a town one or two along from yours for added discretion. You can also be very specific about the kind of adultery partner you want by using TheAffairSite's search filters. These can include physical characteristics as well as interests. Or you can always just browse profile pictures till you see one that excites you!
For a serial adulterer, an adultery club is the perfect way to meet other philanderers! You can meet people with the same penchant for extramarital affairs, and arrange regular sessions if you like. Most important of all, you are amongnst like-minded people, and no one will judge you. Some of our members tell us they really enjoy the social element of TheAffairSite and feel like it is indeed an adultery club, as they have gotten to know several members and enjoy indulging themselves. Of course, there is nothing to stop the more single-minded adulterer from simply connecting one-on-one for one-off flings.
Some people say that TheAffairSite encourages infidelity. Our answer to this is that we don't encourage it, rather we facilitate for those people who have decided they need it. It's important to understand that infidelity is far more widespread than most people care to acknowledge. A recent American survey on adultery found a 25% increase in reported infidelity amongst women between 1991 and 2006. Demonising adulterers is counter-productive and pointless and a an overly simplistic attitude to have towards cheating.