Men cheat dating sites
When matches started to come through, it was incredibly exciting. He seemed clever and funny, so I arranged to meet him in a bar one summer evening, telling my husband that I was out with work colleagues.
Hugh was closer to 50 than the 40 he had said he was, but it didn’t matter – he was handsome and as smart as he’d been online.
We chatted over wine in a bar near London’s King’s Cross.
He was articulate, well-educated and beautifully dressed, but he had a dangerous look in his eye. He reassured me that we wouldn’t do anything I wasn’t comfortable with.
For a while, I thought I could carry on being married to a nice but unexciting guy, and have my fun on the side.
But eventually, after two years of using the site, my moral compass kicked in and I knew it wasn’t right, so I decided to leave my husband.
Unfortunately that didn’t work, so I resorted to a combination of begging and promising them that their faces would be pixelated beyond recognition.
Once they were on board and I had nice natural shots of 10 attractive men and women, I allocated them in pairs to five American cities. I wanted my bait to have the best possible chance of cheating on their nonexistent wives, husbands, girlfriends and boyfriends.
I read all the outraged comments from onlookers who are astonished that 33 million people would sign up to an extra-marital dating site and cheat on their partners.
Unless your relationship allows for that kind of behavior, it is cheating, even if there is no intent of having physical contact, because you are being dishonest to your partner.
If you hide that behavior on purpose, you already know the answer to your own question and no amount of Quora answers will change it.
My husband didn’t have the same sex drive as me, and I longed to find a partner who did.
He rarely complimented me and I constantly sought attention elsewhere, even if it was just an admiring look.