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The 3 Needs Cheating Men Are Missing "Ashley Madison is the world's leading married dating service for encounters." These are the words on the homepage of the recently-hacked site.And while "married dating" is one of the biggest conundrums we've heard of, it's no secret that the members aren't really doing much "dating." But what if we told you that the real reason men turn to a site like this has nothing to do with sex?

What motivated these men to want to have an affair -- or multiple affairs? And what about the number of celebrity marriages that are breaking up, or the bizarre mid-life crisis exploits of male celebrities?

(We're thinking of Charlie Sheen here.) Are some men just dogs? In this post, we want to expose the real reasons we think so many men are turning to extramarital affairs -- and what you can do now to affair-proof your relationship.

One of the best-known cheating sites is Ashley Madison.

Curious about what it's like to use such a site, I went undercover (so to speak) for a month on Ashley Madison to take a look inside.

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!!!!!!!!In Schnidler's case, the cuckolded 62-year-old husband claims that the infidelity website and Montemayor alienated his wife, who then went on to have 'criminal conversation - a legal term for extramarital sex - with her paramour.Noel Biderman, the founder of the cheating portal - and a married father of two - dismissed the claims outlined in the lawsuit as nonsensical, telling the paper that his company is no more liable for someone's split than a hotel room where a tryst had taken place, or a cell phone operator who made it possible for the lovers to communicate.When hackers exposed the 30-million member list of Ashley Madison, the extramarital affairs website, many families suffered.Sadly, there has already been a report of a suicide.She could hardly believe what she was reading: The name on the certificate was that of her live-in boyfriend.

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