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Ever since human beings came down from the trees and decided that two-person monogamous sexual relationships were a good foundation for society, people have stepped out on those two-person monogamous relationships. Cheating is an old sin, but it adapts well to new mediums. So it's no surprise that lots of people use online dating platforms to cheat. There are entire websites dedicated to helping cheaters find "discreet" partners (I won't name them here, but apparently www.MorallyBankruptHorribleHumanBeings.com was taken, so they went with a cheesy combination of two very 90s lady-names).
But not every scoundrel is willing to shell out the dough to use a website for cheaters. So they turn to OK Cupid, and unsuspecting users who are actually looking for real dates with available people are subjected to two-timing requests and entire profiles dedicated to philandering:
View this image › While I'm sympathetic to unhappy marriages, the remedy for that is divorce, which is now legal in all 50 states. Or, if you don't want to get a divorce, have a conversation about opening up the marriage. Do not create an OK Cupid profile -- with your actual face on it — in an attempt to stick it in someone who is not your wife.