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Can Youthful Baby Boomers Reap The Rewards Of Ashley Madison?

If you review all of the motel rooms you’ve been in, is anything missing?

Sometimes the views were better than others, but if you’re married, would the room be better with someone other than your partner?

Ashley Madison things so with a tag line like this: “Life is short. Have an affair.”

Is life short? That’s the hook you need to hit. Ignore the longevity benefit of healthy living, if you’re going to have an affair, life is short.

Is life short, or is the shelf life of affair potential short?

A woman in her forties, highly educated in her description, successful, panicked during her the final stages of her divorce.

The concern was contacting the eight men she found on Ashley Madison after the hacking scandal. Eight men contacted by a married woman. Eight men who dated someone who admits to fifty contacts on Ashley Madison.

Call me backward, but a woman in her forties hooking up with maybe sixty guys may have other problems. Is this someone appealing?


(She) is concerned about her job in finance. Her clients are couples and small businesses. These are highly personal relationships. If they plug in her email address into any of the available Ashley Madison searches, she’ll be exposed. And maybe even fired.

“I would lose business, contracts… I’m not even sure if my contract with my employer has a morality clause,” she told CNNMoney on Friday. “It could be very damaging.”

(She) claims to have had more than 50 encounters — everything ranging from “a benign flirtatious lunch” to “three days in a hotel room and ordering room service.” To her, Ashley Madison was a playground.

“Honey, I devoured them,” she said.

Where is the line between need and responsibility? Is it money or morals? You can’t devour everything.

Body shaming, slut shaming, and affair shaming comes from other blogs, not this one, but haven’t we heard stories about ‘free love’ since 1967?

Some of the people from years back have regrets from their former lifestyle, some don’t, but it doesn’t seem as calculated as Ashley Madison.

One man’s wife came across Ashely Madison and out of curiosity entered her husband’s email into a search. Long story short, she found his email, he lied, they’re breaking up. Another marriage down the drain.

How many divorced people look at their history and pin point one moment that signaled the end of their marriage? At least the man above has that.

Another woman found her cheating husband’s email on Ashley Madison after she found a picture of him naked with another woman on his computer. The deuce.

Is this man a moron, or just another Ashley Madison victim?

When (the wife) found she could find exposed Ashley Madison users online, she typed in his email address. Surely enough, he was a member.

(She) hasn’t seen his profile. She has no idea whether he actually slept with anyone he found on the dating site. But she thinks the massive hack of stolen documents contains information that will help her divorce.

“It proves his adulterous behavior. It would give me more ability to negotiate what I’m requesting in the settlement,” she said.

But that doesn’t mean she’s happy about what she found out. And her husband’s presence on Ashley Madison was still an eyeopener.

“If this would have happened in December, I might have not even searched,” she said. “I would have just been in denial. To women who have no suspicions, I say: check anyway. It’s sad.”

Sad? I agree. So sad, but what do you expect when you jump into the deep end of the pool in your married water wings? You’re gonna get wet.

It’s not fair to blame Ashley Madison for bad behavior any more than it is fair to blame the other other person in a bad marriage. If it’s a bad marriage and you’re a part of it, you share the blame, but Ashley Madison tips the scales.

What else to you expect after reading this from their site:

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The Ashley Madison hack hurt their reputation, their discreetness, and their guarantee.

But it’s FREE. Are you still a believer? Find a baby boomer and ask them about free love.





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