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    Quote Originally Posted by Žoreišar View Post
    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?
    Penalizing such acts of moral turpitude will inevitably lead to a slippery slope involving witch hunts.

    How would a court handle such cases unless reliable, unbiased witnesses, combined with photos depicting the adulterous affair in flagrante delicto are provided in court. Without such evidence, it is just too easy for a disgruntled spouse to accuse their SO of adultery in an unethical effort to garner sympathy in divorce court.

    Plus, if dependent progeny are involved, incarcerating the guilty parent will only cause them to suffer even more psychological damage than is caused by a divorce.

    Also, how is the imprisoned parent supposed to provide necessary support payments?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gareth Lee Hunter View Post
    How would a court handle such cases unless reliable, unbiased witnesses, combined with photos depicting the adulterous affair in flagrante delicto are provided in court. Without such evidence, it is just too easy for a disgruntled spouse to accuse their SO of adultery in an unethical effort to garner sympathy in divorce court.
    Well, you actually do have private detectives who specialize on spying and collecting material on suspected adulterers/cheaters on assignment from a suspicious SO. Sure, you would hardly get a hold of cold, hard proof of the juicy bits, but that isn't even a requirement to sentence people for murder. All you need is proof beyond a reasonable doubt of innocence.

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    Also, how is the imprisoned parent supposed to provide necessary support payments?
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    I think that eliminating the toxic media message that 'cheating is fine' would be more than enough. Societies naturally tend to reach a healthy equilibrium when they aren't being poisoned by outside influences, if you catch my drift.

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    I agree. It would be ridiculous to make adultery a crime at a time when it's being pushed so hard in the (((media))) and this would put the State out of sync with its own agenda so it's not going to happen

    My missus spends about an hour watching all those tacky soap operas every evening and just about everyone has a relationship problem of some kind, with adultery being rife.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godwinson View Post
    I agree. It would be ridiculous to make adultery a crime at a time when it's being pushed so hard in the (((media))) and this would put the State out of sync with its own agenda so it's not going to happen

    My missus spends about an hour watching all those tacky soap operas every evening and just about everyone has a relationship problem of some kind, with adultery being rife.
    You're right, of course. I fear penalizing adultery would do more harm than good.

    My little lady is a singer, among other interesting things. She worked the club circuit, cut a demo, and is currently following an increasingly popular group who is interested in making her their lead female vocalist.

    Lilly likes to sing cheating songs, which are indeed quite popular in certain circles. She posted some of this genre here, and one jerk, who was eventually banned, accused her of being an adulteress, among other horrible things. I'm surprised she even agreed to post here again.
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    Lilly likes to sing cheating songs, which are indeed quite popular in certain circles. She posted some of this genre here, and one jerk, who was eventually banned, accused her of being an adulteress


    Some folks take things far too seriously

    I mean, look at the case of Tammy Wynette whose most famous song was "Stand By Your Man" but she ended up having 5 husbands & 4 divorces!!!

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    Before we met, Gareth and I had relationships with married people.

    I was all messed-up due to losing my abusive first husband to divorce when I got involved with a married man while singing at a local cocktail lounge. And Gareth got involved with a woman at a local club who never told him she was married until after he fell in love with her. He nearly killed himself after she told him this because his papa warned him not to mess with married women.

    I'm not trying to seek absolution here. Adultery can never be justified. But it happens.

    Gareth and I are both very sorry it happened. And we both know we will answer for it.
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    No, absolutely not. Adultery is a private matter, how it's dealt with depends on the people involved. No reason for the state/government to get involved in their business. Besides, it could be easily faked or set up. If eyewitnesses would be enough, it would be heavily abused. What's with this obsession with poking your noses in other people's relationships?

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