"20 million sexless marriages... 64% infidelity rates... 44% of children being born to single mothers."

Cheaters Prosper is the first book of its kind that has fearlessly and accurately explored the descent of the modern marriage to the point where we really have to question what the true foundations of a marriage are and how we can correct our current course.

The reader will be transported to other cultures where infidelity is rampant and yet divorce is virtually non-existent. Unedited insight into the motivations behind infidelity will be published for the first time, as will the true results of infidelity discovered.

Read a Sample Chapter — Rationalizing Infidelity: "Because I Could"

"It's not in our DNA to be monogamous."

— Noel Biderman,
Author of Cheaters Prosper

About the Author

After discovering that 30% of the men and women on single's dating sites were actually attached and lying about their status, Noel Biderman started AshleyMadison.com – a dating service for married people looking to have affairs. 7 years and 5 million members later, AshleyMadison.com is the fastest growing dating service on the internet.

Noel has worked with sociologists, journalists and educational institutions to further understand the motivational factors for why men and women cheat making him the foremost expert on this topic.

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"As part of a joint research study between the University of Nebraska Kearny and Noel Biderman, we interviewed over eight thousand men and women who use his infidelity service – AshleyMadison.com.

We discovered that they turn to discreet methods such as AshleyMadison.com to find someone to have an affair with because keeping their marriage intact was their priority. Using AshleyMadison.com is easier because they are in an anonymous environment where they can ask specifically for what they want sexually and can just click away till they find someone who shares their sexual desire."

Dr. Diane Kholos Wysocki
Professor of Sociology
University of Nebraska Kearney