Since infidelity service, AshleyMadison.com.au officially launched in Australia earlier this year; one trend has become surprisingly apparent… Australian’s are signing up to have an affair at a much younger age than their US, UK and Canadian counterparts.
The gap is much larger among women where 49% of the women who signed up to AshleyMadison.com.au are UNDER 30 versus only 29% in America.
Noel Biderman, creator of Ashley Madison believes “Generation Me” is going down a possibly unforeseen pathway; one best described as an “infidelity superhighway.
Couples are cheating at a younger age and more often than any other generation before it – partly thanks to the web and sites like Ashley Madison and Facebook, but also in large part because they have come to view the institution of marriage as something that over-promises and under-delivers.
Here is the breakdown of the number of men and women on this cheating dating site.
35% of Men 20-30
49% of Women 20-30
35% of Men are 31-40
29% of Women are 31-40
20% of Men are 41-50
16% of Women are 41-50
8% of Men are 51-60
4% of Women are 51-60
2% of Men are 61+
2% of Women are 61+
So what do you think? Do men and women in Australia view cheating as the norm or do you think they still hold fidelity sacred?