Ads for dating are already married
I agree that spouse's shouldn't sneak around on one another, it's lying & deceiving the person who trusts you most, that makes married people looking for sex outside of marriage so wrong. Due to medical issues, he is unable to perform sexually.
I stayed true for several years, & suffered in silence, so as not to hurt his feelings, until finally I had the courage to discuss our problem.
I'm very upfront about my situation, & made it clear in my ad.
I've chosen a lover that is in a very similar situation.
Believe me when I tell you, there is most certainly true love, but there is also lust & sexual desire. The brush with death both my husband & I experience made us realize.......is worth living.
If POF is not making enough money they will use that add space on a more profitable link. And lose their status as the worlds largest free dating site, not going to happen!
Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.
Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...
I don't know how many of you see the same ad, I don't know how many people click on it (but evidently it's enough), all I do know is that each and every time I see it, I get a little bit angry and that is something that is very hard for me to do. They seem to view marriage as dating 2.0 and it's "till problems or boredom do us part". If you aren't happy where you are or with what you are doing, CHANGE IT. And it sure as hell beats letting everyone around you suffer as well, especially those you have promised to honor and cherish. I can understand where you're coming from, & to some extent I agree, however, you can love, honour & cherish your spouse & still have sexual relations outside of marriage.
Why would people want to meet other married people on a dating site? I used to, I used to think it was something great and wonderful and amazing, like true love. Or maybe they won't part, they'll just sleep around and not tell each other and hope the kids don't find out. Until you've walked a mile in someone's shoes, you shouldn't judge.