31 Oct '13, 5am
[LUNCHTIME MUST-READ] The Ties That Bind:
So the Minister for Social and Family Development, Chan Chun Sing, says pro-infidelity website Ashley Madison (tagline: Life is short, have an affair) is not welcome in Singapore. "Promoting infidelity undermines trust and commitment between a husband and wife, which are core to marriage," he says. A Facebook group petitioning against Ashley Madison's plans to launch here next year garnered more than 25,000 likes in less than a week. And the MDA says it will take public sentiment into account when evaluating the site, if and when it is set up. But just what do the public really think about it? We hit the streets to find out. Of the husbands and wives we polled, 100% said they strongly opposed such an insidious platform, though went on to say that they were a little too busy to sign the petition as they needed to get back to trawling AdultFriendFinder, Badoo, Tinder and the...