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In a study to be presented at the 109th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association in San Francisco on Saturday Aug.16, Eric Anderson, a professor at the University of Winchester in England claims that women who seek extra-marital affairs usually still love their husbands and are cheating instead of divorcing, because they need more passion.For an hour your information is publicized to others in your location (50 km/31 miles) with the sole intent of setting up right-now, real-time meetings. Pure may have a basic set-up, but it comes heavily equipped with a sexual philosophy that resists the status-quo of monogamous relationships.After that hour expires, all chat history and all photos self-destruct. After the Ashley Madison data breach caught the world's attention and forced every user to face the utter terror of losing their reputation, their career, and their "healthy" personal lives in one fatal sweep, PURE used this moment of weakness as a marketing opportunity.
No phone number, no e-mail, no Facebook, and no name required.“Women may therefore look at their monogamous relationships and consider themselves sexually deprived in comparison to what they see occurring in today’s sexualized culture.” To recap: women want to cheat, not because they don’t love their spouses, but because the internet makes them feel like they’re not getting enough sex and also gives them so many more opportunities to cheat. Which is totally the place you should go, apparently, if you both love your husband and wish to be spied on."We believe it’s natural to feel a powerful sense of attachment to a long-term partner while exploring an intense romantic love with somebody else, and feeling sexual desire for a whole range of people."Is Tinder too slow?Perhaps the lure comes from its original slogan of "Sex Here and Now." Nonetheless, the concept of PURE, which was developed in 2012 by Roman Sidorenko and Alexander Kukhtenko, is to promote open sexuality and is still being utilized.
@thepureapp's Twitter bio reads: "Zero-effort hook-up hunting.
“We also acquired all private message conversations that [users] had with men on the website for one month.” Were the users aware that every intimate thing they said in the course of finding an affair partner might be made available to Professors of Sports Studies? Back when they registered for the site, it was in the terms and conditions.