Ashley Madison has seen a spike in new member signups every March 12 since 2018.
It's a day when many people realize monogamy isn't an achievable lifestyle after the disappointments and frustrations of the winter holiday season. So, Ashley Madison, the world's leading married dating site declares March 12, the new February 14—a day for those celebrating non-monogamy.
The truth is, people want more than one sexual and/or romantic partner—both Ashley Madison members and the general American population agree. Americans even think non-traditional relationships would benefit society. So why not give society a day to celebrate?
And now... read below a completely AI-generated story - fictional with facts included - created by ChatGPT... please keep in mind what you read was completely augmented based on the above factual release from Ashley Madison... and created by AI... Consider it to be... a novel. A romantic novel...
It was March 12th, and Sarah sat at her desk scrolling through her social media feeds. She couldn't help but notice the influx of posts from couples gushing about their Valentine's Day plans and gifts. It all felt so contrived to her, and she couldn't help but roll her eyes at the forced romanticism of it all.
Sarah had been in a monogamous relationship for the past three years, but lately, she had been feeling restless. The spark was gone, and she couldn't help but feel like there was something missing. She had tried talking to her partner about it, but they just didn't seem to understand.
As she continued scrolling, she came across an advertisement for Ashley Madison, the world's leading married dating site. It claimed that March 12th was the new February 14th, a day for those celebrating non-monogamy. Sarah had never considered anything like that before, but the more she thought about it, the more it made sense.
She did some research and discovered that Ashley Madison had seen a spike in new member signups every March 12th since 2018. It was a day when many people realized that monogamy wasn't an achievable lifestyle after the disappointments and frustrations of the winter holiday season.
Sarah felt a little guilty about considering something like this, but she couldn't deny that the idea of exploring non-monogamy was intriguing.
In her research, Sarah discovered many Americans want more than one sexual and/or romantic partner. Non-traditional relationships would benefit society, and Ashley Madison wanted to give society a day to celebrate it. Sarah was intrigued by the findings of one Dr. Tammy Nelson, a renowned sex and relationships therapist who had researched this topic for 30 years.
Reading Dr. Nelson's findings, Sarah felt more at ease with her decision. She talked to her partner about exploring non-monogamy, and to her surprise, they were open to it. They talked about boundaries and communication, and they decided to try it out.
As March 12th approached, Sarah felt excited and nervous. She didn't know what the future held, but she knew that she was finally taking control of her own happiness. On Non-Monogamy Day, she and her partner celebrated their new adventure and toasted to the possibilities that lay ahead.
From that day forward, Sarah's life was never the same. She learned that there was no "right" way to love and that non-monogamy was a valid and fulfilling option for her. She was grateful to Ashley Madison for starting the conversation and giving her the courage to explore something new.
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