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Facebook Dating removes your relationship status and won’t match you with friends, potentially enabling cheaters
While people looking for affairs can use any dating app behind their partners' backs, a Facebook Dating feature may make it easier not to get caught.
Two male Ashley Madison members told INSIDER why they use the affair site, and they have two very different approaches.
It's never fun being cheated on. But we learned some things this year that could help you recognise suspicious behaviour earlier.
Women tend to start affairs because they can be more honest with their cheating partner, new data finds
According to new data from Ashley Madison, women say the top reason they cheat is because they can be more honest with their cheating partner.
Here’s how to tell if you cheat because of love or lust — and why it’s important to know the difference
People are unfaithful to their partners for several different reasons. Here's how you can tell if it's a one-off due to intense passion, or something more meaningful.
October is the most popular month for men to sign up on affair site Ashley Madison — and there’s an obvious reason why
Men sign up more frequently during the autumn and winter months, possibly because of 'cuffing season' and the fact they need more affection to deal with the cold, gloomy days. But it could also be because it's easier to sneak around in the dark.
People keep coming back to Ashley Madison to have a 'better kind of affair,' according to CTO Ruben Buell. The site operates in 50 different countries, because cheating isn't something that happens once in a blue moon, he said.
The relationship expert at one of the most popular affair websites says there are 2 distinct types of cheating among modern couples
Ashley Madison's resident relationship expert, sex therapist Tammy Nelson, says there are two types of cheating she sees: people who want to leave their relationship and don't know how and people who have no desire to leave their relationship at all.
Ashley Madison's relationship expert, sex therapist Tammy Nelson, says having an "affair" with your spouse is about putting some effort into maintaining the passion in your marriage instead of looking for it elsewhere.
A sex therapist says many people feel so guilty about cheating that they passive-aggressively try to get caught
Ashley Madison's relationship expert, sex therapist Tammy Nelson, says some cheaters are so overwhelmed by the pressure of lying to their partner that they try — albeit passive-aggressively — to get caught.