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As our interview winds down, she asks what my romantic situation is. Revenues in 2012 were 0 million—more than decent, but still far behind the titans of online dating like and e Harmony.
While the overall membership skews 70 percent male, Biderman claims gender parity among people in their thirties (which translates to lots of lecherous 65-year-old men hitting on 30-year-old women).
Because if you go on the site, you’ll find a lot of avatars adorned with a simple drawing of a woman’s face and a confidential finger over pursed pink lips, with the promise of additional "Private Showcase" photos, viewable only if the member sends you a "key." Many profiles are eloquent and demure, asking men to compose thoughtful missives and to refrain from sending erection photos.
But a number are either fake, or appear to be from sex workers, or are written like the following: "to have a well built guy with a huge spear shove it in my tight MILF [orifice not anatomically designed for sexual intercourse] in front of my husband all night long!!!!!!!!
"When I’ve watched women cheat in their thirties, they’re not necessarily unhappy with their husbands, but they’re all alpha women, and they feel entitled to what they want," she says.
Most women continue to ignore me, some flatly respond no, and several are dubious about my identity. What, exactly, is compelling these married women to set up "sexy dates" in droves, aside from easy Internet access?
For years, our collective narrative of the errant housewife has run thusly: Neglected by her aloof or abusive husband and dying a slow death from her suburban prison, she falls into the arms of a dashing, romantic gentleman.
But whatever is driving women to these infidelity sites, the one notion nearly everyone agrees with is that our understanding of female sexuality is outdated.
As Dan Slater wrote in a op-ed this year, some studies have shown that women report more sexual partners than men, are less selective in certain contexts, and are nearly as likely to accept casual sex from a celebrity or from a close friend they’ve been told is good in the sack.