In case you haven’t heard of the site, Cheaterville.com is a site where people share information about alleged cheaters to warn future partners and for exes to get their revenge. I can’t say that I agree with what the site is all about. Firstly, two wrongs don’t make a right and there is already so much “life-ruining” going on online to begin with. I’d certainly be mad about getting cheated on, but posting about it would only make matters worse. Secondly, there is already so much hate and invasions of privacy online – no need for anymore. Anyway…
In a recent study that Cheaterville conducted, they compiled some interesting stats about both gay relationships and straight relationships. Gay men cheat WAY more than lesbians, and straight women apparently cheat WAY more than straight men. CheaterVille founder James McGibney states, “We launched the LGBT feature a few months ago due to overwhelming requests. We quickly obliged as our website is a firm believer in equal rights and allowing all members of our society to use our site. However, it was surprising to see how popular this new feature has become, and the data we have collected truly shows that cheating is a huge problem in our society no matter what your orientation.” I’ve included their findings below.
New Cheaterville Study Statistics:
- 1. 70% of alleged cheaters posted through the LGBT feature on cheaterville.com are males who have cheated on their male partners. In comparison. 81% of alleged cheaters posted on cheaterville.com in the straight community are women.
- 2. With respect to cheating females posted through the LGBT feature, Los Angeles was rated the number one spot, while New York City, Toronto and Chicago came in a close second, third and fourth.
- 3. With respect to cheating males posted through the LGBT feature, New York City was rated the number one spot, while San Francisco, Montreal and Los Angeles came in second, third and fourth.
- 4. 39% of the victims who posted about an alleged cheating incident within the LGBT community indicated that they met the cheater on Craigslist, Grindr and/or Plenty Of Fish in comparison to the 35% of victims who met the cheater at a local bar/nightclub.
- 5. 19% of alleged cheaters posted through the LGBT feature on cheaterville.com are males who have cheated on their wife with another male, while 14% are females who have cheated on their husband with another female.
- 6. The average age of an alleged cheater in the LGBT community is 28, and the majority are Geminis.
Not surprising that Grindr, Craigslist and/or Plenty Of Fish play a huge part in facilitating the cheating process. Are you surprised by any of their statistics? Do you agree or disagree?