The site’s male-to-female ratio (of real humans) is five to one, executives revealed. Have an affair." According to a Gizmodo analysis of the hacked user data, the phony female accounts would initiate chats with men saying things like “Hmmmm, when I was younger I used to sleep with my friend’s boyfriends.I guess old habits die hard although I could never sleep with their husbands.” Ashley Madison rolls out new 'discreet photo' tool Some of the bots would misfire and accidentally chat with gay men, prompting an Avid developer to create the order “Stopped engaging gaymen,” according to Gizmodo’s probe into the sourcecode.As part of their efforts to resurrect the site, Segal and Millership hired cyber security experts at Deloitte and revamped its site with a new "look and feel." The new site boasts over 46,000,000 users.“We certainly feel that the Ashley Madison brand can be repositioned,” Segal said, adding that there will be “a vastly different approach to how she is marketed.” Two Mich.
And if a man and a woman want to hook-up — good for them.
For students who attend public colleges and universities, the playing field is more level. Department of Education’s civil rights office, “public coeducational undergraduate institutions …
Admissions at state schools are regulated by Title IX, which bans sex discrimination at undergraduate programs receiving federal funding. must not discriminate on the basis of sex in admissions.” Given that girls generally outperform boys in high school—girls earn better grades and account for 70 percent of valedictorians—you’d expect acceptance rates for women to be higher than for men.
At Columbia University, the acceptance rate was 8 percent for men versus 6 percent for women. This bias in private-college admissions is blatant enough that it can’t be long before “gender-blind admissions” becomes the new campus rallying cry.
At Vassar College, the 34 percent acceptance rate for men was almost twice as high as the 19 percent rate for women.