Saturday, August 29, 2015

Analysis shows that the vast majority of females on the Ashley Madison website for cheaters were probably fake.

Courtesy of CBS News:  

An analysis of the user data on millions of people exposed by the massive hack of has concluded that a vast majority of the accounts supposedly belonging to women were inactive and possibly fake. 

Despite its popularity among men, with 31 million male users (including some using official government email addresses), the site for people looking to have an affair had only 5.5 million registered female users. Now, an investigation into the user data by tech site Gizmodo reveals that even that small proportion of women was probably wildly inflated by the company. 

The names, email addresses and other personal information on the site's users was dumped online earlier this month after Ashley Madison executives refused to give into demands by a hacker group calling itself "Impact Team." 

Annalee Newitz of Gizmodo downloaded the data and looked at the trends of both male and female user accounts on the site and wrote an extensive analysis of the records. 

"When you look at the evidence, it's hard to deny that the overwhelming majority of men using Ashley Madison weren't having affairs," Newitz wrote. "They were paying for a fantasy."

You know I am a guy, and I know I'm supposed to stand up for my gender, but the fact is that sometimes we are incredibly stupid and gullible. 

You know when I first started seeing advertisements for this site I had my doubts that it could really be used to find anonymous sex.

However the main reason I was not a member is not necessarily because I am some super moral person, but rather because I am way too cheap to pay money for sex.

And I am way, way too cheap to pay for sex that never happens.

Look I know that men fantasize, as do women, and most of the time that is perfectly okay.

We all do it, don't lie. 

However when it takes money away from your family, and encourages you to look elsewhere for the kind of lovemaking that you partner may be secretly dying to provide, that is kind of inexcusable.

This Ashley Madison hack might just turn out to be a great thing in the long run. It will make men stop trusting websites to provide them with fantasy lovers, and it might convince some couples to communicate more honestly and find that the fantasy they have been looking for has been sleeping next to them all along.


  1. Anonymous12:23 PM

    Yea, riiiiiiight. Whatever.

  2. Anonymous12:29 PM

    Spot on, Gryph, as always!

  3. Anonymous12:39 PM

    "It will make men stop trusting websites to provide them with fantasy lovers,..."

    Ha Ha

  4. Anonymous12:40 PM

    Even with two Madison accounts, Josh Duggar still had to pay prostitutes to get sex.

    Some think Josh is Cletus's daddy .... what say you, Bristol?

    Maybe Bristol charged Josh for sex so she could buy another LV bag.

    1. Anonymous2:01 PM

      The grizzly mother turned prophet from gawd can say all she wants to. Ex-husband prostitution ring major player, knocked up mini-me prostitution BFF. Who in the Sam Hill do they think they're fooling?

      That tribe is disgusting beyond belief.
      Every last one of them.

  5. Still more accounts are hookers and sugar babies.

  6. Anonymous12:59 PM

    You say Ashly, I say Ashley.

  7. Anonymous1:12 PM

    If you like pina coladas.....

    1. Anonymous1:56 PM

      And getting caught in the rain....

  8. Anonymous1:13 PM

    When you do your thinking with the little head, things can get really fucked up.

  9. Balzafiar1:15 PM

    Why bother with Ashley Madison at all? Why pay for it? Just apply for a Trial Daddy ID card and you'll get all the free sex you can handle. Depending on the time and day of the week you may have to take a number, but hey -- it's free!

    1. Anonymous2:50 PM

      Until she DNA tests little Cletus and then nails the sperminator for the next 18 years to keep her and Junior in the life style to which she has become accustomed.

    2. Balzafiar6:13 PM

      From all that's been said, I don't think it's a Cletus. Since it's supposedly a girl, we'll have to go with Cletisha. The mother being who she is, she would likely spell it Clitisha.

  10. Caroll Thompson1:31 PM

    I think that most of the ladies on the website were/are working girls.

  11. Anonymous1:45 PM

    Some men like to pay for sex. If gives them a feeling of ownership and control over women. Also, there are lots of men who actually believe that after x amount of years in a marriage, they are ENTITLED to a little nooky on the side. My ex-fiance is one of them. Thank God I dodged that bullet.

  12. The real question is why so many men flocked to this site. What does it say about the state of relations between married couples? "Men bad, women good" is not an answer. I suspect most people don't cheat on their spouses because their sex lives were fulfilling.

    1. Anonymous2:25 PM

      I suspect that the ones who don't cheat either, a) are afraid of the consequences, b) are of strong moral character, or c) haven't YET.
      I don't think infidelity has much to do with satisfaction with one's partner, but more to do with the maturity and character of the cheater.

  13. >>However the main reason I was not a member is not necessarily because I am some super moral person, but rather because I am way too cheap to pay money for sex.<<

    This gay man is 61, way past an age I've learned never to say never, and can't know what foolishness prospective loneliness might lead me to.

    However, I've gotten this far never seriously considering the services of any prostitute. Even if the mechanics didn't fail either of us, and the sex itself was sufficiently satisfactory, I'm too well-acquainted with my conscience, and I know it would not let me off the hook afterwards having paid someone to pretend to be interested in me.

    Then too, for about the last 10 years, pride has resigned me that the only strange men I'll be unwrapping this declining form for will surely be wearing white lab coats or surgical scrubs.

  14. This is a surprise?

    Anyone seen the REAL photos of those beautiful young women on those phone sex lines?

    Any man gullible enough to hand over that kind of cash deserves to get taken.

    1. Anita Winecooler7:56 PM

      They all look like RAM and "The women of Walmart" or any diet commercial's "Before" photo. Those who can, do, those who can't charge a dollar a minute to say whatever one wants to hear.

    2. In the internet, no one knows you're a dog.

      And on the phone no one knows you're a 75 year old, 300 lb, balding woman with acne.

  15. Is that a picture of Mitt Romney on the billboard???

    1. Balzafiar6:16 PM

      Maybe they gave him a free membership for use of the pic.

    2. Anita Winecooler7:57 PM

      Just 43 percent of him.

    3. I guess it is Mitt Romney!

  16. Anita Winecooler8:21 PM

    As a woman and a savvy shopper, call me old fashioned, but what's wrong with real dating? I understand fantasy has it's place in human sexuality, and men are more "visual" when selecting fantasy material, but I'd like to get to know someone, look in their eyes, check their ring finger for the tell tale "untan line", see if they're interested in me as a person, can look me in the eye while speaking, and not talking to my chest. If their "profile pic" is out of date or someone else, it's a major buzzkill.
    I'm so glad I'm not in the "dating scene" these days.
    Do men really pay for the fantasy and "settle" for whomever shows up?

    1. These men aren't looking for a date.

      They just want to get laid.


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