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Now I know what you’re thinking: leave it to the French to come up with a dating site for extramarital affairs (er, cheating? After all, local entrepreneurs have come up with some rather original ideas in this space before. Yet oddly enough, I haven’t found anything along the lines of Cougarlife…

A campaign by Ashley Madison, another extramarital website, featured President François Hollande and his three predecessors with smudged lipstick on their faces. Gleeden, launched in 2009, has a million subscribers in France, and 2.4 million globally, who can anonymously trawl profiles for lovers.

Solène Paillet, a Gleeden spokeswoman, denounced censorship, arguing that the lawsuit against the site was bogus since adultery in France was decriminalized in 1975.

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PARIS — In a country recently transfixed by the trial of a famous politician that revealed details of his orgy escapades, and where the president was found to be cheating on his live-in partner, an ad promoting extramarital affairs might not seem like such a big deal.

Olivier Ciappa, whose giant black-and-white photographs of same-sex celebrities in intimate poses have offended some people, said that while the world saw France as the home of seduction, the country was “much more reactionary than people like to think.”That conservative strain has provided the perfect foil for Gleeden and other extramarital websites that have sought to lure subscribers with controversial ads.

Another Gleeden campaign on the Paris metro suggested that taking a lover was less expensive for the national health service than taking antidepressants. “They should have thought of ”When the ads were introduced, several were removed by the police, the company said.

An anti-Gleeden petition that was circulated on social media garnered more than 20,000 signatures, while a #stopgleeden hashtag proliferated on Twitter.“Fidelity is not for sale!

” wrote a man who called himself Tangodeo, who posted a photograph of one of Gleeden’s defaced subway ads.

The site is entirely free for females and males purchase bundles of credits which can then go towards sending messages, virtual gifts, etc.

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