During our interactions, the reasons the men shared with us for cheating ranged from boredom, to an inactive sex life and even general intimacy issues.
When we refused to comply, he asked us for our picture to compensate.
Eventually, when we got talking about what led him to this site, he started complaining about his wife.
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.
Miller set up his site in 1995 (three years before even the launch of Google), after starting Loving Links in 1993 as a printed newsletter.