A French app, created for the sole purpose for extra-marital nookie, has just made it's way to India (clearly, infidelity is big here).
Turns out it was created and designed by women in France in order to give themselves a break from their "monotonous, married life."
Gleeden (that's what it's called), is actually fairly feminist, because it's wholly managed and run by women, and the services it offers are free for women. The men can get on a credit pack system.
This credit system allows any male member to buy the credits they need, without any commitment. So, basically, they're not limited or restrained, or locked into a subscription and flexible credit packs are available, depending on the needs of the members.
This is what Solène Paillet, Head of Communication in CC, Gleeden, had to say about this unique AF app: "We are delighted to cross the 3.5 million mark and look forward to explore the Indian market. The company's aim is not only to bring members together, but to anticipate their expectations and needs and providing them with reliable content, a high-quality interface and many innovative services."
"Moreover, in a society where infidelity is ubiquitous but still a taboo, Gleeden is a pioneer in the culture shift and is altering the perception about concepts such as infidelity. We speak for those men and women who want that this hypocrisy would end one day."
As to whether or not the culture shift is welcome is a super-personal choice...one we're totally leaving up to you.