So in other adultery related news Ashley Madison (AM) the disgusting website devoted to promoting infidelity got hacked. The hackers have now released the private information (which I will not list), with photos and the adulterous fantasies or ‘likes’ of the cheaters & their partners.
Given my temperament… At first I was happy. (See the happy dance?!)
My first thoughts –
Holla! It’s time for some Instant Karma!
Screw this filthy company. Their slogan, after all, is ““Life is short. Have an Affair.” I hope they get sued by their clients and lose tons of money. What the fuck is wrong with this company?!
“YES! Strike a blow to the corporate pimps who are making money off some the unknowing partner who’s being cheated on!”
After all I’m sick and tired of websites, tv shows, music and movies that promote infidelity (and there are many which I will not list here) and in my opinion contribute to the marriage destroying fetish of ‘do what feels good’ and ‘what they don’t know won’t hurt them.’ I find the whole endeavor of AM to be disgusting and the fact that someone is making money on someone else’s misery even worse. They are in essence ‘infidelity pimps.’
In light of my own dealings with infidelity I’ve never commented publicly on AM because I don’t want to give them any screen time or publicity. I tend to agree with Trish McDermott, a consultant who helped found Match.com. She accused Ashley Madison of being a “business built on the back of broken hearts, ruined marriages, and damaged families.”
But in light of this hack though I wanted to post this some comments here because I don’t think many folks are looking at the bigger picture. Is anyone even concerned about the innocent victims here? What about the wives/husbands and the children of these soon to be publically shamed families???