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For the last month, I’ve posed as 40 fake people to find out how the Internet makes infidelity easier to commit and harder to detect.
I’ve brushed shoulders with total creeps, hopeless romantics, probable sex addicts, and everyone in between.
It wasn’t the first time I’d done it: about a year before, I’d created 10 accounts, five male and five female, to test whether women have an easier time dating online than men. This time, my fictitious daters weren’t listed as single: they were all married or ‘seeing someone.’ And they weren’t on the site to simply date: they were there because they wanted to cheat.
My goal was to find out how much easier or harder it is for a man to cheat on his girlfriend or wife using an online dating site than vice versa. First, I had to use all of my charm to persuade 10 real people to let me use their photos.
I therefore placed them in the five most ‘unfaithful cities’ in America, according to Ashley Madison.com, a dating site that's marketed to people who are already in relationships.
In other words, a website people visit to cheat on their partners.
Unfortunately that didn’t work, so I resorted to a combination of begging and promising them that their faces would be pixelated beyond recognition.
Here’s how it worked: I put a copy of each pair into four different categories.
The ten people in this category were my extreme cheaters.