"That's just how I was raised." The site sees itself as a sexy, European, less male-dominant alternative to Ashley Both Gleeden and Ashley are quick to trumpet the notion that infidelity, delicately handled by either party, might actually preserve a marriage by offering people a discrete outlet for unmet needs.Few and far between, however, are those couples who can weather the storms it provokes -- and that's even the case in France, where infidelity remains the number one cause for divorce despite more open French attitudes about matrimony. "It was so easy to launch in France versus here in America," she said."People have more partners these days, women are much more in the working environment so they come into contact with other men, there's technology and social media, meaning people can communicate in private.The website Gleeden.com, which is for men and women who want to have affairs, asked 1,000 men and 1,000 women what their go-to scent was, in an attempt to find out whether there was common ground among those who stray.
Perhaps Gleeden's conclusions are no surprise given that a survey last year by French statistics agency INSEE revealed that women in France still carry out two thirds of domestic chores, even though men were pulling their weight more than in the past.So not emptying the washing machine, skipping the washing up, failure to get the hoover out and refusing to clean the toilet causes friction and eventually pushes wives and girlfriends into the arms of another lover, it seems.Among the 10,000 Gleeden members who responded to the question some 86 percent said they were deeply frustrated by their man’s tendency to skip housework and 84 percent admitted to it having caused arguments.Generally most of the top apps on android store have rating of 4 . Gleeden - Extramarital Dating content rating is Mature 17 .This app is listed in Social category of play store and has been developed by