Hey, folks, check this out. Ashley Madison was nothing but a scam, offering to millions of sad, lonely men an illusion that they might be wanted. In reality, though, there was barely a handful of women even registered (let alone answering messages) on the site.
Here is the ratio of male-to-female participation:
Twenty million to less than fifteen hundred. This makes the “affair guarantee” sold by the website especially hilarious. It works precisely like the oldest con in the world where the shaman would guess the sex of your future baby, promising a full refund in case of a mistaken guess.
The question arises, then, how these 20 million suckers were duped into believing there were women on the website. Here’s the answer:
Ashley Madison employees did a pretty decent job making their millions of women’s accounts look alive.
Of course, if the 20 000 000 male users of the website strained their non-existent intellects the tiniest little bit, they’d know that these female accounts were all fake. Women don’t need to pay for sex. It’s easily available to them in amounts that are excessive even to the most sexually voracious.