Anti-Cheater Site a Shocking Success

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New Web site explodes with visitors. 34 year old wife from Wisconsin takes to the web to get revenge on a cheating husband...and finds herself a huge following of those in similar situations.

A Wisconsin wife and mother, married to a cheating husband, recently launched a surprisingly popular website to share her story. The site, "We Think Cheaters Suck" ( has quickly become a hit, with scores of readers expressing critical sentiments about infidelity and contributing to the author’s efforts to remain afloat financially.

The homespun site, written by the anonymous thirty-four year old "Dawn T." details her husband’s decision to leave her for a "twenty year old Barbie Doll," leaving her to care for the couple’s special needs child alone. "We Think Cheaters Suck" is a home for her story that allows visitors to add their names to a rapidly growing list of those who share her sentiments about infidelity.

The project, started in late April, shortly after the discovery of infidelity on the part of Dawn’s husband, has already garnered media attention and nearly eleven thousand visitors in just over a weeks time.

The immediate popularity of the effort has surprised Dawn, who states she is maintaining a level of anonymity for the sake of her young son. She states, "I am truly amazed that the Web site has become this popular so quickly. I have received hundreds of emails from people who have suffered from cheating in the past and who are in an emotional or financial situation like mine."

Those who add their name to the list on the site’s anti-cheater list offer words of encouragement. Others tell their own stories. Dawn states the opportunity to help others "deal with their own grief and personal situations" has been rewarding and that she is "grateful to my visitors for helping me to realize I am not alone and that there is hope after the hurt." All contributors maintain anonymity, as the site uses no last names.

Dawn is also using "We Think Cheaters Suck" to stay "on her feet" financially. Registrants to the sites anti-cheating list pay a nominal two-dollar fee and the site invites them to donate to the family in the form of needed items.

Despite the serious subject matter, the site tries to veer from being depressing. The author maintains a tongue-in-cheek style, and supporters often imbue their comments with a sense of humor, as well. Dawn remarks that, "Readers enjoy the attitude and sense of fun. This is a serious issue and a very difficult time for my family, but sometimes we need to laugh, too."

Contact: Dawn Marry

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