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    Adultery

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    Adultery People utilize many different words to describe, define and even attempt to dismiss adultery; unfaithfulness, infidelity, playing the field, extramarital relations, having an affair are just a few. The net result of this choice however is the destruction of a personal reputation, trust and respect, while at the same time laying waste to spouse and children alike. Even in the earliest days of civilization adultery was understood to be destructive, thus earning its own “Thou Shalt Not”

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    The Immorality of Adultery Sex is believed, by some, to be a universal language, one that is free of grammatical errors and spelling mistakes; a language that can be “spoken” and understood by two complete strangers who may have nothing in common. When

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    Infidelity Adultery

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    (Clinton & Trent, 2009, p. 36). According to Clinton and Trent (2009), “Adultery occurs when a person has a sexual relationship with someone other than his or her spouse. This relationship may or may not include an emotional connection (p. 35).” When adultery takes the form of an emotional affair, it can be even more threatening to a marriage than physical adultery. There are contrasting statistics on the prevalence of adultery in marriages. Some say that two out of three married men and 50 percent

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    spouse and never wander from their loved one. If they stray from their loved one; having sexual intercourse with someone other than their spouse. They are committing adultery. Adulterous behavior can be seen to fall with the domain of morality. For men and women there are many reasons they have committed or are committing adultery. For the most part many who have affairs have a good sex life but come from marriages with little or no intimacy. When a spouses needs are not met many marriages tend

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    Importance Of Adultery

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    modern views on social concepts such as adultery. The act of adultery possesses a different meaning and understanding to different people. The question of whether adultery is immoral is a topic that many debate on. Some people will place limitations on relationships and mutually decide on when adultery occurs. This paper will be discussing the traditional views of the reasons why as well as when adultery is immoral and conclude with modern views on what makes adultery immoral. Throughout this paper I will

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    Adultery in the Military

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    Adultery in the Military As citizens of the United States of America we are all governed by a certain set of rules. These laws are set forth by our elected officials. These laws deal with almost all aspects of life including morally wrong actions such as murder and theft. However, these laws do not govern many other moral choices such as adultery. As members of the United States Armed Forces, we are also regulated by an additional set of rules. We must abide by the sanctions of the Uniform

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    Steinbock/What’s Wrong with Adultery? Adultery is a horrible sin to commit, but it can actually be avoided, although many people in today's society respond differently based on their religion and culture. When a person commits adultery they fail in keeping his/her commitment to their partner. When adultery happens the trust is broken in the relationship and the other person will feel deceived and betrayed. When a man and a woman come together and bind in holy matrimony, two people become one. In

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    In the Short story “Adultery,” author Bonnie Steinbock presents a variety of interesting facts on how women wish their husbands would be faithful. With this being said, Steinbock goes on to talk about trust and deception—is it culturally okay to take part in adultery, and if so is it morally wrong? The author, also, mentions how in some open marriages couples that did not freely choose their partner are at risk of taking part in adultery. She also expressed her own view on the topic. The view that

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    Adultery is an act of betrayal committed by married persons that defies the ideologies of monogamy seen as pivotal to the health of a relationship. Such an act is usually met with contempt from others, jealousy between those romantically involved and in most cases, the eventual ruin of a relationship or marriage. Anna Karenina and The Great Gatsby are epic stories which affirm this conventional view of adultery and thus convey a negative portrayal of the adulterous dynamic. Dramatic, literary and

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    Adulterous women, on the other hand, had undeniably smaller punishments for adultery because of the way in which the Athenians view sex and sexuality. Women were always seen as weak, while the men were strong and penetrative. Therefore, adultery was seen as an act that was done against them, despite the fact that it was done with their approval and involvement. However, the women still faced certain sanctions. Their husband was legally required to divorce his wife if it was discovered that she had

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