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    Quote Originally Posted by Thrymheim View Post
    marrige and adultery are private matters and should stay that way, there should be no laws for or against either. Apart from being practicaly unenforcable, one would assume that the loss of your partner through your own stupidity should be punishment enough.
    I can see your point there.

    Especially in small communities the individual(s) that has committed the act of adultery would be shunned by his/her community. Private matters don't often remain private for long.

    Laws on adultery don't need to exist but adultery should be taken into account during any divorce settlement. As far as the emotional 'price' goes I think it's more important that anti-adulterous social stigmas stay in place so the committer of the act is ridiculed by the community

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    My friend and landlord's occupation is a turn-around consultant. When a business is distressed, they are sent in to take a look at management with a fresh set of eyes. The bank essentially placed him in charge of this glass company since the company couldn't pay their creditor. It was the last lead crystal company in the United States and he had to start liquidation. The last three companies he encountered had their problems start with some type of marital infidelity. With the last one, the president of the company was married to the owner's daughter but decided to have an affair with a secretary. In the assignment before that, similar type of stuff but their was a pregnancy also involved.

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    People yet again thinking within the prison of Roman Law again, why does a morality issue require a law?

    If people commit adultury they should not be regarded as criminals and face criminal punishments but the community should socially exclude them, the community will not give such people a say or power in the community and whenever sombody mentions there name everybody will think "of the one who commited adultury". In this way I think you create a situation where people will not want to commit adultury more so than if you was to criminalize it, this is why adultury in modern times is so wide spread because it is socially accepted in our commnuties, if it wasn't accepted people would not do it for the sake of putting there own name in vein. A bit similar to how Women used to hang onto there virginity for as long as possible or atleast not sleep around, not because it was a criminal offence but because it was not socially acceptable however this seems to have changed as well.

    Maybe if adultury was considerd un-acceptable people would be alot more picky about who they marry and would create a healthy competitive situation where only the best marry the best therefore the best breed with the best.

    I think Polygammy should be allowed for the best Males with a few of the best Females as there genes must be passed on in abundance.
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    In my view, adultery shouldn't be a crime. It's low behaviour, but locking away a father because he cheated on the mother is more harmful to the family than living with it. The members of a family should be able to resolve the matters between them, privately.

    By the way if you want to discuss polygamy, please do it in this thread:
    http://forums.skadi.net/showthread.php?t=92342

    In this thread you must discuss adultery, being unfaithful to the souse. Adultery exists in polygamies too, if the husband cheats with someone other than his plural wives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Siebenbürgerin View Post
    In this thread you must discuss adultery, being unfaithful to the souse. Adultery exists in polygamies too, if the husband cheats with someone other than his plural wives.
    I'm not certain of that. In some societies, adultery was when a married woman had sexual relations with someone other then her husband. Before the 19th century, was any woman granted a divorce because of her husband's infidelity?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimm View Post
    Adultery is still a crime in certain jurisdictions (New York state for instance).
    Quote Originally Posted by Sigurd View Post
    Adultery currently is a reason for divorce in Scotland, and if it is proven that adultery existed, the marriage can be dissolved, and evidently the adulterer/adulteress will come out much worse out of the divorce settlement, as they are taken to have caused it. That should be enough punishment per se.
    That's the main difference in New York vs other states, in New York adultery is taken into account as a reason for divorce proceedings, in other states it is 'no fault divorce' meaning that nothing is taken into account regarding the reasons for divorce.

    Quote Originally Posted by Resurgam View Post
    It is a crime that deserves capital punishment.
    I think it should be left up to an individual basis rather than a state action, there should not be legal repercussions to someone who kills or otherwise punishes a spouse due to adultery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deary View Post
    Should adultery be treated as a crime?
    Would be it be possible to legally accuse persons of adultery?
    If adultery should be a crime, what should be the punishment and who should be found guilty?
    Would making adultery a crime further destroy families and society or help to save them?
    No, as others have already said, it's certainly not a nice thing, but criminalising it smacks of Calvin's Geneva (where some adulterers were put to death), Saudi Arabia and some ultra-Orthodox Jewish communities today. Not something to emulate, I think.

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    No, it shouldn't be considered as crime, but a stronger cultural intolerance should be showed towards it, especially among us, germanics.
    Adultery is not a germanic trait, nor should it be tolerated as it is nowadays.
    We easily find ourselves in a society where adultery has almost become a fashion.
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    I am a monogamist, but there should be no rules and not even value judgements. Where there are these values there is also a duble standard, and women get the short end of the stick.

    We cannot rule out polygamy also, both ways. Our germanic ancestors could end their marriage once a year, that we know for certain. Wether they did it often was up to the individual people. repeat, this is against my personal way but we should never twist the truth to fit our norms of today!

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    If I ever committed adultery I'd leave it up to my wife to choose my punishment.

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