Should cheating be a punishable crime?
If yes should it be a fine or involve jail team?
Remember that rules would be applied to both sexes equally
There would need to be papers saying that 2 people are a couple and what are the terms and conditions of the relationship (is it open? is flirting okay? etc).
making it illegal isn't going to make people not want to cheat. If someone wants to cheat, they're going to do it. If someone is going to rob a store, they're going to do it.
Cheating is a shitty thing.
If somebody cheats on you, then move on and never associate with them again. Don't be mad at the person she cheated on you with. He most likely had no clue she was in a relationship or was a one time thing.
If you're cheating on someone, really question yourself if it is worth it or not. Everyone has a different moral compass so I'm in no position to tell you what is right or wrong.
What if we consider cheating in a marriage?
Marriage is somewhat a contract between two people, shouldn't cheating be considered a form of breaking this contract?
In my opinion if one of the partner has evidence of his spouse cheating at least he should be able to divorce immediately and without having sign any agreement, without owing money to the partner.
? im serious. women are not property, referring to a woman as "your girlfriend" is a possessive denomination much like property.
i'm only saying this for your sake, you'll never meet a nice lady to be with if you don't change, mister.
pls just stop it man we're on a god damn Mongolian tapestry weaving forum there's no one here to impress.
There are guys that cheat on their gfs with multiple women and I can't even get ONE
why even live?
You don't need to sign a contract to robt a store you idiot.
If adultery became a legitimate crime less people would do it. Its not about stopping ALL adultery. It's about lowering the incentive for it by punishing those who aren't careful and setting an example. Thus adultery will be far less common.
Obviously having laws can't stop all crime, but do you go out and rob stores? No. In order to not get caught youd need to be careful and think real hard.
looks like you have your work cut out for you
>tfw I hear two coworkers talking about how they are taken but still cheat with a wade variety of people on the side
>one of the disgusting flesh traps keeps trying to hit on me and wonders why I don't like it
>complains to other workers that I "hate her"
There should be a cultural shift in the communities view on all forms of cheating. People who cheat should beaten, shamed and named while police and other authorities turn a blind eye to it, it'll never be a legal issue, it'll never be a "crime" but it'll get you fired and doxed and the other shit.
Kinda like disagreeing with certain beliefs (Islam, Gays, feminists and trans) gets you fired from your job and fucks your life up a bit, yet cheating is seen as empowering if a woman does it.
Cheating can never be right. It's a negative word and automatically is a wrong action.
Polygamy is something that would be on someone's moral compass.
Adultery is not.
There is no debate on lying and withholding information of your affairs outside a relationship that could give someone life-changing STDs like HIV AIDs or herpes.
Imagine there being an STD that killed you in 3 days. You think you can say its completely wrong for them to infect you without even giving them the opportunity to reject you for sex? Moral compass involves when actions should be acceptable, not the action itself.
>like my female co-worker, she seems like a decent human bean
>she's engaged to a guy with an MBA, works nearby and makes 80k a years at 30 years old
>overhear her telling another woman about having "fun on the side" with a fucking graffiti artist
>he finds out some other way, leaves her
The red pill can't be taken only once. It's a regimen.
>watch documentary about murder mystery
>fat guy marries a stacy
>she's cheating with an even fatter guy and a misogynistic chad on the side
>WHILE SHE'S MARRIED
>cheating with 2 guys, not just one
it never ends
>Lots of people don't imply ownership when they say that. Its just what you say
i know it's what people say and that it doesn't imply ownership, i just wanted to see if i could say the same thing without saying his girlfriend or her boyfriend because they are still possessive denominations.
when a man asks a woman to marry him, he doesn't say
>"will you be -my- wife?"
>"will you marry me?"
there's no possessive denotation anywhere.
so i guess a better way to ask the question would be
>"will you boyfriend me?"
something like that
Will you suck my dick you baiting fucking faggot? I bet you're the same cunt that posted something similar on /ic/
Ideally no fault divorce should be scrapped
Adultery would in this case be a legitimate reason for divorce, and the cheater should be the one who has to pay child support and lose the kid
I have a gf and I went out with some people to a bar last night, some girl in my class tried to come onto me and grab my dick etc and was going nuts and I refused her, should I tell my gf? I feel I didn't do wrong but is this bad?
>Should cheating be a punishable crime?
Only if they're married. I mean I hate cheaters more than the next time but freedom. They never made a legal agreement to not be a terrible person.