Have an affair,” is the polar opposite of Fidelity Dating and its “Love is precious. Thousands have joined the latter (currently free) site since it launched this year.It currently has less than 5,000 gay and straight singles, who range in age from their mid 20s to 70s.Over the weekend, the dating site for people seeking to have an affair, Ashley Madison, was hacked.With the hackers threatening to release the personal details and sexual fantasies of the site's more than 37 million users, all eyes have been on Ashley Madison and its parent company, Avid Life Media — and now we're hearing more about what it's like on the inside.They then invite a friend (or many friends) to be in their dating duo (or duos): You and your friend form a duo, fill out brief questionnaires about your habits and interests, and choose from a selection of date locations and activities you're interested in.You are then paired with other duos whose interests and activity choices match yours.
From the way my friends describe online dating, to hope that anyone has fun on any date is a longshot, no matter how many people are there. Users can sign up for Duo Dater through Facebook or the traditional way, choosing a username and password and all that fun stuff.
This fact was supposedly verified by Reddit’s moderators.
Sadly, the Q&A thread as a whole doesn’t give us any new information about the recent hack.
Having a friend with you on a date can help your real personality come through, Flachner says.
Actually, the way Flachner frames it, Duo Dater is kind of like the bowl of porridge from Goldilocks that is "just right." One-on-one dating sites like and OKCupid are intimidating and awkward; group dating sites like the three-on-three Grouper and up-to-ten-at-a-time Ignighter are too large to make a real connection and too difficult to coordinate logistics-wise.