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The company serves as a secure dating service open to all genders and to practitioners of all lifestyles.Gleeden's membership service is free for women to use.The Tomatometer rating – based on the published opinions of hundreds of film and television critics – is a trusted measurement of movie and TV programming quality for millions of moviegoers.It represents the percentage of professional critic reviews that are positive for a given film or television show.Eventually, when we got talking about what led him to this site, he started complaining about his wife.He said she was “fat”, and that “the last time they had sex was over a year ago”.
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.But the female profile had a flurry of requests from potential partners.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.In 2010, Gleeden opened to the public in Australia and New Zealand. The age of the average Gleeden member ranges from 25 to 45 years old, and the majority of its members have completed more than 18 years of education.Gleeden’s business model is based on a system of credits rather than monthly subscriptions as opposed to EHarmony or Meetic.
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.