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A shocking number of wives sign up with Ashley Madison, a website that connects cheater wannabes, on the day after Mother's Day, said Noel Biderman, the 42-year-old Canadian father of two who founded the site about 12 years ago and swears he's never strayed on his wife of 11 years -- at least not yet.
"That day is a day of neglect," Biderman told me. "It just reinforces that their marriage is going the wrong way."
On a typical Monday, 25,000 people sign up for the Toronto-based site named after two popular baby girls' names, Ashley and Madison, and whose slogan is "Life is short. Have an affair'" -- 65 percent of them men and 35 percent women. That number shoots up to 100,000 to 150,000 the Monday following Mother's Day, with women outpacing men 65 percent to 35 percent.
Only post-Valentine's Day sign-ups are higher -- 20 percent higher than the apres-Mother's Day blitz, with disgruntled women making up 55 percent of new members, men 45 percent.
Ashley Madison, whose female users pay nothing -- men shell out $49 for 20 connections -- claims 26 million users in 37 countries, the second-biggest dating site next to Match.com.
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