Launched in the late 90s, AdultFriendFinder was one of the first casual dating sites on the market and, with over 94million members, it remains one of the largest. It’s a site that encourages casual (yet responsible) sexual encounters, rather than long-term relationships, and does what it sets out to do very well indeed.
AdultFriendFinder is the brainchild of Andrew Conru. He noticed that most of the members of his original site, FriendFinder, was being used by people looking for casual sex partners. As a result, he decided to found a sister site specifically designed to meet those needs.
The site proved to be hugely successful, providing a safe and relaxed environment for both straight and gay people to hook up for casual sex encounters.
However, it’s had its share of problems. In 2015, the adult dating site was hacked, exposing the details of millions of members. The hack also uncovered a huge number of fake profiles, which further tarnished the site’s reputation.
These incidents prompted AdultFriendFinder to beef up its online security and, since then, it has reclaimed its crown as one of the most popular sex dating sites in South Africa and overseas.
With the number of users growing, it looks as though faith in AdultFriendFinder has been fully restored. However, should its users have as much faith in it as they do, or is this popular hookup site another leak waiting to happen? Read our in-depth AdultFriendFinder review and find out. Read More