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Is Adultery Ethical?
It's always immoral to sleep with a married person.
You could be ruining someone's marriage.
If your intention is to destroy the other person's relationship and hurt the other persons wife/husband and you know your actions will lead to this, then yes, it is immoral.
The rule not to commit adultery is one of the Ten Commandments.
Yes; even if you're not responsible for the married person's choices, helping someone to do something wrong is wrong.
Sex should be limited to married couples.
It might be a valuable experience to have sex with a married person.
No. Another person's marriage has nothing to do with you.
It's possible the person's spouse won't mind.
Adultery isn't wrong because monogamy is flawed.
It's possible not to know that someone is married.
There is nothing wrong with sleeping with a married person when their partner is okay with it. However, it is immoral to sleep with a person in a relationship when their partner is not okay with it or where the expectation is such that they will not do that.
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