Baltimore MD: A demonstration by several women's groups occurred outside of Datebook Corporation's executive offices to protest the social network giant's decision to expand their business to include adult married men mating services.
Datebook is currently a world-wide dating service for single adult men and single adult women (over 21 years of age) who chat on line, prior to meeting in person. The corporation has been very successful, considering it was started by two unemployed software engineers who developed the dating algorithm in the basement of one of the founder's parent's home. The Datebook Corporation now has multiple offices/meeting places in all 50 states.
The new married men mating service is being designed for men who have been married for longer than five years and have realized they made a mistake, but wish to still be married to another woman. These men also wish to avoid the mess of an ugly divorce; hence the Datebook Corporations lawyers will take care of all the paperwork, child support and other legal proceedings.
The marriage mistakes considered by the new mating algorithm are wives that are too tall, too short, too fat, too skinny, boobs too big, boobs to small (a counselor would recommend boob surgery first), too young, too old, too smart, not too smart and a desire for a cougar.
Three options are also available in the new algorithm for married men to choose from, namely another single woman, another married woman and two husbands that wish to swap wives (name changes only if legal in the various states). The US population is 52% women, of which Datebook analysts estimate 70 million adult women might be amenable to participating in the new program.
Datebook Corporation indicates mating services for adult married women would occur, if the concept for married men proves feasible and a suitable algorithm can be developed incorporating a set of mistake criteria for husbands!