Regardless of my marital status, I was going to find sexual and emotional fulfillment.
I’m pretty sure you felt the same way when you got married, right?
After all, no one ties the knot with one woman while planning an affair with another.
“Using Hinge Matchmaker allows you to see a larger pool of friends, including people you might not immediately think of, but are great fits for your close friends.
It also lets you suggest the match in a low-pressure way that isn’t awkward for them to pass on or approve of.”Obviously, there are a number of reasons why you might not want to surrender that power to anyone, particularly a casual Facebook acquaintance whose opinions on your dating life you are less interested in than their opinions on the 2016 election.
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Hinge, the millennial-focused dating app, has marketed itself as a more relationship-driven alternative to hook-up focused services. That's why so many of your partnered-up friends like to swipe through your Tinder for you—it looks like a blast. In theory, Hinge's new venture Matchmaker solves that secondhand thirst.
Users who download Matchmaker—now separate from the Hinge app, so as to avoid obvious complications for married people—connect it to their Facebook profile, which would never be used in any nefarious way, so don't even worry about it.
As a teen, I had always fantasized about winning over older women, whether they were schoolteachers or my friends’ mothers.
Right or wrong, the idea of married women looking to cheat on their husbands with me turned me on immensely.
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