Mistress Web sites challenge moral bottom line

19:01, August 12, 2010      

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Recently, the so-called largest mistress Web site was shut down and the same kind of improper Web sites that have been growing in popularity have cooled down.

All these kinds of Web sites say their intention is to prevent the mistresses from being depressed, but their main tasks are providing a bridge to the men and their mistresses. They are taking a public welfare camouflage while supporting improper culture to win popularity and considerable profit from it.

According to the related Web sites, they are operating the largest mistress Web site and online forum as well as a self-help service and verifying system. There are more than 1,000 public relations managers and brokers who have thousands of mistress sources and high-end clients in hand.

Netizens have different attitude toward this kind of Web site. However, more netizens are expressing their indignation. "No matter what, the topic shouldn't be mentioned in a public way. The mistresses deserved nothing but censure as they are breaking others' family deliberately and producing the unstable elements to society." Miss Liu in Qingdao expresses her view.

By Wang Qianyuanxue, People's Dailiy Online


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