2.Do you think adultery should be illegal?
3.If so, what should the punishment be
No punishment except optional free divorce for the partner that was cheated on, no financial benefits for the person that cheated (alimony), ability to denounce fatherhood after a DNA test (no matter the kids age), and kids assigned to the partner that was cheated on if he/she so wishes provided they are his/her biological kids.
Honestly I'm just wondering what people think.
The state really has no business legislating what someone does sexually or romantically. When someone files divorce for being cheated on, they normally get a good deal if they can provide evidence gathered from a PI
Yes, it should be illegal after you marry, punishment should be public humiiation by pillory.
(Only if the woman cheats tBh)
>The state really has no business legislating what someone does sexually or romantically. When someone files divorce for being cheated on, they normally get a good deal if they can provide evidence gathered from a PI
Well, this opinion pretty much explains why there are so many cucolds in America.
>The state really has no business legislating what someone does sexually or romantically
That would mean that marriage would have nothing to do with the state to begin with, which is not the case.
That would also imply there would be no divorce courts.
The government does not operate on hearsay, and it has no place in a court of law. Allowing this sort of thing to happen would let women divorce men by simply saying they cheated and allow them to steal the children, and you know the courts would believe women over men on this. Don't be retarded.
The idea that the state even recognizes and provides incentives to people for getting married is stupid in the first place.
They also indulge in warfare and even genocide.
As I told the american, the state already has a finger in the "pie" as marriage is legally binding and regulated by the state with plenty of laws already pertaining to it.
>call all women whore
Never, I have a mother, you know?
>when they found out your views
>finding out your views
pic related la
>As an Arab you must have experience in both.
No real punishment. However the cheating part would waiver all rights to any shared property. If the two share a child, they should both support it however. The child's needs need to be looked after.
But I also think there should be more legislation surrounding abusive relationships. People stuck in such a relationship might eventually cheat, and it would be silly if they then waivered their right to the shared properties.
Paternity testing is regulated by the state and only allowed in certain cases:
>Without a court order the express consent of the person must be obtained in writing before the carrying out of the examination, after the person has been duly informed of its nature and its purpose.
>With a court order (if consent could not be obtained)
>This is partially due to the official desire to "preserve the peace" within French families, with the French government citing psychologists who state that fatherhood is determined by society, rather than biology. French men often circumvent these laws by sending samples of DNA to foreign laboratories, but risk prosecution if caught. The maximum penalty for carrying out secret paternity testing is one year in prison and a €15,000 fine.
You can literally be sent to prison for a year and be fined 15 thousand €.
Free divorce + kids assigned to a non - cheating partner is just what some cheating people want, though.
t. Child of a single parent in a country where child support exists only theoretically.
Interesting question, Slobro.
I believe cheaters should be publicly ridiculed. Also having to pay for any counceling and lagal fees.
I say this as someone who got cheated on, didn't receive custody over children and is still paying for the house the bitch lives in.
First the person who cheated will be beheaded
Than the person who they cheated with
Than the spouse of the cheater
And finally after the child just watched both parents die they will be beheaded in front of their class
I don't know if it should be illegal.
You shouldn't need a law to prevent that, and if someone want to cheat, he will cheat. So idk.
Pretty sure people were also cucked in the past. It's most likely a problem of "sexual liberation" than adultery.
But before i get spammed with
Yes i condemn this, and i wish some law would stop that.
>You shouldn't need a law to prevent that, and if someone want to cheat, he will cheat. So idk.
But if adultery does not get punished, it spreads up, right?
Also pity for you, french bro.
I mean that people should be (don't know how to say that, morally responsible maybe) to not cheat.
If it spread up, it's not because it's unpunished (although it would slow the spread, or even prevent a spread), it's because there is no morals anymore