Yet, when I asked Urick whether or not it was helpful for people looking to find hook ups outside of their relationships she responded by saying, "The term 'cheating' strikes a negative chord, but within the growing community of people in open relationships, cheating is done ethically and openly."I was completely dumbfounded by this answer.If couples are in open relationships, doesn't that mean there is no need for cheating? Sites like this discuss consensual non-monogamy, but "ethical cheating" implies that partners agree that cheating — going behind each other’s back — in a non-monogamous marriage or committed partnership is okay.Of course, I wanted to know more about this new site, as well as some of the other websites out there for people in more flexible monogamous relationships or what I call relationships in this age of "new monogamy," so I asked around.Brook Urick, PR Manager for the company, admits the site Keep in mind, half of the members that join the site are single and the other half already coupled. Most sites available now are rife married people looking for sex outside their marriage (and singles willing to give it to them). Brandon Wade, the creator, calls it a "Dating Site for Ethical Cheaters." The site launched in April as a space to find non-monogamous relationships."Ethical cheating" can best be defined as s sites that create a community for those looking for partners who are in open or flexible relationships.
A small logo gave the name of the matchmaking service being advertised: How About We.Most of us have always wanted to have a few extra-marital affairs every now and then.You need a time out from your difficult, sexless or loveless marriage.This is a dispute over the neutrality of viewpoints or other implications of the title, or the subject matter within its scope, rather than the actual facts stated.Wikipedia articles may have only one unique title; the use of the current title does not imply an endorsement of that title.