Fresh off the success of her runaway popular website named Don’t Date Him Girl, site creator Tasha C. Joseph-Cunningham has recently launched a sister companion site named Don’t Date Her Man.
Billed as a forum to allow women to post information about men they’ve had relationships with that turned sour, Don’t Date Him Girl has drawn the ire of many a male, including a lawsuit from a Pittsburgh man named Todd Hollis against 35-year-old Joseph-Cunningham.
That lawsuit was dismissed, and recently Joseph-Cunningham has proceeded with her plans to launch a website that gives men the chance to out the women whom they say have cheated on them through the vessel that is Don’t Date Him Girl.
With increased media exposure in a recent interview on the new ABC show named i-Caught, Tasha Joseph-Cunningham once again felt the pressure of criticism against her initial website. And now perhaps DontDateHerMan.com is a chance to even the player’s playing field.
“Men, tell us your story…” reads the introduction page to the website that is garnering lots of buzz around the Internet in recent days. Yahoo reports that searches on “Don’t Date Her” have increased 1248% in a one day move from Wednesday, August 15, 2007 to Thursday, August 16, 2007.
Don’t Date Her Man’s website urges cuckolds to “send your cheating women profiles to” them at an email address listed.
If the reported 250,000 daily pageviews that Don’t Date Him Girl receives are any indication of the type of attention Don’t Date Her Man will get, wayward women be warned.
Investigative research into the Don’t Date Him Girl website reveals that it is represented by Flat Iron Media, whose media kit boasts that the site receives 20 million ad impressions per month, and reports DontDateHimGirl.com’s newsletter subscribers are 700,000 in its April 2007 media metrix numbers printed at http://flatironmedia.com/docs/FlatironMediaKit.pdf
If Don’t Date Her Man follows suit, plenty of put-upon men may finally have the chance to exact their revenge upon women they feel have done them wrong.
“Hey Guys!” wrote TJ Sokol about DontDateHerMan.com on his MySpace page. “Add this website to your list for when it gets up and running for any cheating women you have come across!”
The question is: How many men will take the bait and upload pics of their wandering mates on Don’t Date Her Man?
And will DontDateHerMan.com reach the height of subscribers and popularity and pageviews that Don’t Date Him Girl has garnered or surpass it?
Who will be the next wronged person to sue Tasha Joseph-Cunningham?
And will they win?