Instant satisfaction Most of the Indian men who approached us on this site wanted to set up a meeting at the earliest, almost as if time was running out.
Amit Sehgal, 49, was a stockbroker and married to someone who is “employed” (he didn’t specify her profession) for over 20 years.
At the same time, he was honest enough to reveal to us that he hadn’t been lucky with any women so far, and that he was only looking to have safe sex with someone to satisfy his urges.
“The reference to infidelity cannot be characterized as unlawful action since the breach of the duty of fidelity does not necessarily constitute a fault,” the ruling said.
Gleeden says its users are responsible adults and that no ads or websites can convince people to cheat on their spouses if they are not already willing to do so.
Soon after gaining popularity, the site also earned its fair share of criticism for “promoting extramarital affairs”.
But that doesn’t seem to have hampered its success rate.
“It is a victory of freedom of speech over religious bigotry,” Caroline Mecary, the lawyer for Gleeden, told The Associated Press.
“The plaintiff sought to use legal proceedings to promote a reactionary and conservative vision of the couple and the family, but the court was not fooled.” Mecary said the case was the first of its kind to be brought to a French court.
Gleeden, a website founded by two French businessmen in 2009 with headquarters in New York, is mainly for married women and men looking to date other married people.
It claims to be a world leader in the market of online extramarital dating, with a presence in more than 150 countries.
However, he wasn’t as secretive about his intentions.
He left us a few messages, giving us a fixed time at which to chat, and insisted that we meet as soon as possible.
The dating site was also seen by the group as promoting “anti-social behaviors” for business purposes.