Dec and ashley dating
Dec and ashley dating
Ashley Madison holds out the promise of something for nothing: Extracurricular sex without monetary cost, commitment or risk.
So the fact that Ashley Madison could afford such an ad made me sit up and take notice.Today I had the blessing of flying one hour south to the city of Goma to pick up a team of nine women from the ECC (Church of Christ in Congo) and take them 250 miles into the Ituri rainforest to the city of Kindu where they are to put on a conference.They are going to be speaking to women about entrepreneurship in how to use their skills and time in small ways to be able to improve their standard of living and bring themselves out of the cycle of poverty.The agency employs a number of shills and/or robots which bombard male members with fake messages that cost credits to open, and sending messages to the fake “too good to be true” ads costs credits as well and goes nowhere.If a man lucks out and picks an ad which actually goes to an escort he’ll get laid (after paying her fee, of course), but he could’ve made the same connection on a hooker board, Backpage, etc for free and without the hassle of trying to figure out which ads were for whores, which for fakes and which for real women twenty years and fifty pounds ago.Everything is set up like a casino or a carnival con game, enticing the poor bastard to keep throwing good money after bad in a futile effort to get something for nothing.
One of my serious university boyfriends (he was 28 when I was 19) once told me, “Maggie, nobody can take advantage of you unless you have larceny in your heart.” It took me a while to understand what he meant, which is this: There Ain’t No Such Thing As A Free Lunch, and anyone who tells you otherwise is selling something.Before Thursday night (when I wrote this article) just about everything I knew about Ashley Madison appears in the paragraph above.I suspected that, like most dating venues which emphasize casual sex without commitment, the ratio would be dozens of men per woman, that most women who did join would not be the sort whom men pay attention to in real life, that the agency disguised the male-female disproportion by posting hundreds of fake woman-seeking-man ads and paying women to pretend to be customers, and that just about every other female ad which didn’t fall into one of the above categories was placed by an escort.I therefore decided to do a little digging, and what I discovered disgusted me even more.Ashley Madison (named for two popular baby girl names of 2001, the year it was created) is the brainchild of a Toronto lawyer (why am I not surprised?A whore is a professional who wants nothing more than her fee; she is scrupulous about protection and will not disrupt a marriage by calling her clients, demanding they leave their wives, whining “you don’t spend enough time with me” or any of the other behaviors which make a mistress a danger to a marriage.