Posted by: anonymous
2015-08-25 23:48:22
ID: 29221
You're missing the point. Men get off to tons of things that aren't for their "purpose". Style magazine, apple pies, armpits, furries. The point is that reality is huge for porn. Men hear there is a site with pictures of "REAL" women looking for sex(cheating or not) and they are going to go look at those women and get off, especially if they can see nudes or sexy images. Does it make them pervs or weird or whatever, maybe, but it doesn't make them cheaters. And before you say out them anyway for being gross or etc, well then you are no different than the judgy hypocrites that make the news.
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Posted by: anonymous
2015-08-25 23:14:58
ID: 29220
Apparently, Jill Duggar and her husband are leaving the country to do a mission trip to Nepal. If she knows what's good for her, she'll stay there for a long, long time and distance herself from her family as much as she can.
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Posted by: anonymous
2015-08-25 22:43:45
ID: 29218
Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar will be dealing with scumbag kids forever, Josh is only their first child. The rest were raised the same and while some will come out "fine", Josh certainly will not be the only one hiding stuff.
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Posted by: anonymous
2015-08-25 22:33:01
ID: 29216
You are telling people they lack common sense and are hypocritical for their thoughts on this website....and insinuating that they have skeletons in their closet because they disagree with the website that is blatantly for cheaters. You didn't read what the site was? How can you miss the big, huge, cheater logo on there? Seems like you are just looking for an excuse and back peddling about something you did that others feel is wrong. Single men are on there to fuck married women. They just want to have sex, they don't want to date.
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Posted by: anonymous
2015-08-25 22:19:05
ID: 29213
nope, single men are on there too. you, any everyone else, don't get to tell everyone why they do things. You are allowed to believe what you want, but you don't get to tell anyone what was going through their mind and why they do certain things.
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Posted by: anonymous
2015-08-25 21:08:10
ID: 29208
You must have been a single woman looking to hook up with married men if you were on Ashley Madison.
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Posted by: anonymous
2015-08-25 20:46:41
ID: 29206
You don't speak for "everyone". Not everyone is the same, or has the same mind-set, and not everyone reads every single thing they sign up for, not everyone who was on there was/is a cheater. Single people can sign up for that site and end up not meeting or talking to anyone. It happens. Calling people stupid for it shows your character and lack of common sense, as well as hypocritical because I highly doubt you read every single word of everything you sign and sign up for either. It doesn't matter what it's "intentions" are for, it doesn't make everyone on there a cheater. I love how people act like there's no skeletons in their closet. The people who squawk about it the most are always the ones with the most to hide. Just ask the duggars :)
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Posted by: anonymous
2015-08-25 15:10:18
ID: 29191
Cotnd- Ok it didn't post for me to make a comment, but besides the people who used it for a form of reality porn, what about the the people that upwards of 9 years ago did do something, then confessed it to their husband or wife, they've moved on and become better, now friends, community,coworkers, all deserve to know? And don't say that if the other knows it won't matter, that is still terrible and has damages. Annnnd what about the people that went through a tough time, signed up, walked the edge and then....CHOSE WHAT WAS RIGHT! This situation has removed all those that slipped and maybe faced temptation but did the right thing. Now assumed a cheater! But we love it when a someone rides the cheating edge in a Romantic Comedy, or maybe even in your own life, but in the end makes the right choice. Yes there are definitely people who cheated or wanted to, but there are far too many that wouldn't for this to be out there.
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Posted by: anonymous
2015-08-25 15:09:16
ID: 29189
I'm getting so tired of this whole assumed no gray area of Ashley Madison. People thinking that eveyone on there should be outed to the world becasue being on there makes you a cheater,100% plain and simple. Is it a mistake to be on there, or if nothing else, unwise? Yes. But there are so many reasons not to be outed publicy. If you think your spouse is cheating take steps, key loggers, private investigation, let's not ruin 37 million peoples lives that may or MAY NOT have cheated. Do you know that reality porn is the number one porn? Know why? Probably 50% of the 37 million just got off to looking at what they thought were real women who wanted to have sex. Yes I know they were probably fake profiles but they didn't know that, and it also led you to be able to see more pics by being paid(shady manipulation of fake profiles), so bam, paid member. For some, that still wouldn't be ok, but being outed to the world as a cheater for liking a form of porn is not right. Continued in comments
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Posted by: anonymous
2015-08-25 12:19:02
ID: 29188
OK, so you don't care about the people here who have had their lives messed up by the Ashley Madison hack - what about the people in countries where, for example, being gay is illegal and closeted married gay men tried to have sex with each other? Are you OK with them being executed because they were forced to go along with what the laws of their countries required?
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