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Social Networking Sites
There are many websites on the Internet where someone can meet and connect with others, like MySpace, Facebook, Friendster, and LinkedIn. Some online affairs and infidelity result from connections made on these social networking sites. However, there are other sites also used to network or connect socially that lead to online affairs or infidelity. Some are the typical online dating or online relationship sites, like match.com and chemistry.com. Other sites are designed specifically to connect people who are interested in online affairs or even in-person extramarital affairs. Here are just a few sites that may be used by cheaters.
Social Networking SitesFriendster
Online dating or relationship sitesMatch.com
Visit the How to Date wiki for a listing of >70 online dating sites.
Sites promoting discrete affairsAdultFriendFinder.com
The Ashley Madison Agency
Virtual worldsSecond Life
You may also want to connect with others who have also been cheated or who suspect their partners of cheating. We have also listed discussion groups about cheaters that you may wish to join.
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