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    Yes, with some exceptions which should not be considered as adultery:
    -the (wo)man has sexual relations with his second, third, etc. husband/wife (in polygamy)
    -it is done with consent (open relationships/marriages)

    How forgiving the partner is, is another story. If s/he decides not to accuse the other of adultery, it's up to them. The adulterer should be able to be sued for money or other reparations towards his family, especially if there are children involved.

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    In France, you cannot be liable in criminal law for being unfaithful, adultery is first treachery towards to oneself. Inconstancy is already a punishment, and logically would be punish by the abolition of the right to vote!

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    It should be a crime and judged as treason. The family is a smaller unit of the nation. Betraying it is like betraying your nation.

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    It's not a crime. Weakness of character can't be considered a crime, that'd be like punishing someone for being physically or intellectually weak and thus unable to protect and aid his family (because he can't get a job to buy what his family needs or fend off a threat).

    When starting a relationship, both partners silently agree to take the risk of getting (mentally) hurt by the other (otherwise it wouldn't be possible to get so near). I also wouldn't give all the fault for the splitting to the cheating side. There are often "good" (if one can call it that way) reasons why they cheated, for example emotional coldness or ignorance by the partner. Things and people change, faster than most would think. Often, the "victim" bears as much of the fault as the "delinquent".

    Still, I agree that children in the relationship give the whole thing another dimension. Still, it's a thing only controllable through ethics or, even better, reason, not through laws. It'd be impossible for a court to tell which "fault" it was the relationship crashed. I'd say in most of the cases it's both of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jäger View Post
    Adultury should be punished according to contract law, if you vow to have no others besides your partner and you betray that vow, you are a traitor.
    Why according to Contract Law and not according to Delict Law? Is it not more sensible to consider adultery as an injury? What are you going to do in cases where the court would decide rather than to count it as a breach of contract, due to its "mild" nature (for example, kissing a person not your spouse) and instead order the person to enforce a contract of fidelity? Sounds rather abstract to me.

    Besides that, the social stigma connected with being part of a civil Delict action is perhaps greater than that of being part of a civil Contract action. Being considered a menace to society is to many certainly more of a social stigma than being known not to be able to keep one's signed word.
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    No, it shouldn't be a crime.
    First of all, some people prefer to forgive or even allow adultery. It's their choice and their business.
    Second of all, people make mistakes. Nobody's perfect. If someone cheats on their partner, it's better solved between them than the law coming and punishing the adulterer. When it's made a public game, it has worse consequences for the family than if they deal with it their own way.
    If someone doesn't want to forgive the adulterer there are many ways of punishment.

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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?
    It should, at a minimum, be treated as a breach of contract. If you promise fidelity and then go off and, well... Then you have violated the terms of the deal. Period.

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    If you considered from a females perspective, emotional bonds, sexual bonds, thoughts of family and 'virtuous' behaviour are what we would endeavour to uphold with a partner. It's the clause of forever after, and having the relationship which supports both our concept of mutual 'togetherness' and sensibility for the community and taking care of one another when you are sick. If some guy wants to go and poke around a whole bunch of other females, it's always the girl who cops it short. Not only are the sexual bonds broken, the emotional trust, the aspect of virtue too. AND, by screwing other perhaps less careful females, the disrespected girl could further end up with all sorts of STD's.

    If she was trying to do the best she could, her heart is ripped out by such behaviour. If kids were involved then they are detrimentally affected. Take El-Supremo-F*ck-Wit-Tiger-Woods.

    I think it'd be great to forcibly tattoo the adulterers with big text across them so as if one 'new' girl went to have sex with them, she'd understand that this person is a cad and probably loaded with disease.

    Thus, girls could understand the dangers and for the men, the persistent risk of humiliation and a lack of gaining new sexual partners may end up making men 'behave' for their girl. Take more time adjusting to her needs and becoming closer because of it. (Also gender vice-versa too). The jewish television 'screw tube' is damaging the very fabric of 'couple togetherness' and ‘partner respect’. Monkey see, monkey do.

    The jewish owned 'screw-tube' should go on trial for crimes against humanity! They need to get that broken filth out of our culture!!!!

    I just get the feeling, when someone cheats, they either never establish the coupling-bond, or lie about it. And those who are coupling-oriented will inevitably stay together and not stray (so long as they aren’t affected by the tv!). Those who don't exhibit such a nature and are destined to cheat. They should not be with a girl (or boy) who likes to be 'joined together in love'. To violate or cheat such an intimate bond with someone predisposed to coupling is an ultimate disgrace.

    Those who 'fake' love need to be neutered. Like sociopaths, multiple cheaters and Tiger-Wankin-Woods. It'd probably do the world a lot of good if the cheaters would go off and screw themselves stupid without having kids. And the rest of us could go back to doing what we care about, loving and progressing our babies and societies.

    For me, I'll make sure the adulterers get the best fag-adulterer-tattoo ever! I’d push the needle right into their bones!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chlodovech View Post
    Cheating is repugnant. It breaks a heart, it ends blind trust, it puts into question all the former loyalty you felt towards your partner. We all have our flaws, but there's one sin that can never be forgiven. It's called "betrayal". If it happens within a marriage I would try to pick up the pieces and try to reconcile, outside of it: never. However, I would make my wife sweat - and she must be willing to make amends and show genuine remorse. She's gonna have to make up by jumping through loopholes to regain some of my trust. If she can't she's gonna have to find a different home to live in. I wouldn't divorce her nor remarry because a Catholic can't do that, but practically we would be divorced.

    The thing about cheating is: lately, women's magazines have popularized and normalized cheating. "Everyone is cheating, why aren't you doing it?" Like it's cool, trendy and hip and the thing to do if you want to be part of the cool kids. Making cheaters fashionable can only have a negative effect.

    Would it be so bad if we made adultery illegal again?
    It is still illegal in the Military, but seldom ever prosecuted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chlodovech View Post
    Would it be so bad if we made adultery illegal again?
    There's not many acts that I consider more despicable than adultery, but I do find hard to consider marriage (or any other human relationship) a matter that the State should have any jurisdiction over.

    In a historical context, it seems adultery was punished quite severely in most parts of Europe from the Middle Ages up until the first half of the 20th century, not seldom leading to capital punishment. The reasoning behind such severe punishments seems to have been centered around the uncertainty of paternity, seeing as an adulterous women could not prove which man was the true father of her children. Nowadays, that uncertainty is not much of an issue, even though the feelings of aversion might be just as strongly ingrained in us. A woman committing adultery today does not cause the same damage as a woman committing it 500 years ago, or even just 70 years ago.

    In any case, what should be the proposed punishment for adultery as mandated by the State?
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