Users are encouraged to report any instances of indecency.
Objectionable content will be reviewed and responded to within a 24-hour period.
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.
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.
New Delhi: In a country where marital infidelity is considered a sin, how difficult will it be for a company, which runs its entire business on the concept of adultery, to make a mark in India? A premium dating website/application for married individuals called Gleeden is making inroads in India and already has over 100,000 subscribers—121,500, to be precise.
Run entirely by a team of 20 women, the website is free for female subscribers.
According to Mr Noel Biderman, the 42-year-old founder of the extra-marital dating site, Hong Kong is currently ranked the second fastest growing region by user population out of the 34 countries and territories that Ashley Madison has reached.
She added that the flawed marriage system would turn couples into enemies.
Christian Dating for Free is a wholly-owned subsidiary of EDating for Free, Inc., an online Christian dating service provider whose properties include Catholic Dating for Free, and Black Christian Dating for Free.
Their goal is to match Christian singles around the globe so, naturally, faith governs much of what they do. Personal information is heavily guarded and extra precautions are taken to protect users against profanity and other inappropriate material.
No female appeal As expected, our male profile got no takers.
But the female profile had a flurry of requests from potential partners.