What are your thoughts on infidelity in the 21st century?

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Infidelity?

I stumbled across a very interesting website advocating  views of sexual freedom in the 21st century. With divorce on the rise, there are still others who believe in their rights to freely  copulate with anyone they want as long as it is consensual and safe.

 

They advocate BDSM-Leather-Fetish, Swing, and Polyamory Communities among married and people.

1. Has the foundation and the institution of marriage been redefined and why?

2.What are your thoughts on infidelity in the 21st century?

3. Do you feel that marriage is sacred?

4. What if you found out after you were married that your spouse is into swinging? What would you do?

Blessings,

RSWY

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3 thoughts on “What are your thoughts on infidelity in the 21st century?

  1. Rachel says:

    I think for some people the lines have surely been blurred. They allow so many things in their marriages and then wonder why things are out of control. Swinging for me is not an option! I am too in love with myself to allow that. If my husband even considered it an option for us my answer would be NO!

  2. Errol says:

    I think it causes the same problem as everything else society accepts as normal. Truth doesn’t change, because we say it does. To answer your first question the answer is YES. Marriage is not about what I can get from you. It is about what I can give to compliment you, so that you are the very best you you can be. Sometimes, love doesn’t look like love. It looks like controlling behavior or nagging. As for the second question, it is what it is. It’s acceptable, because I cannot condemn you for something I am doing myself. That and we are too afraid to confront our friend that we know is messing around, because it is so important for people to like us. Is marriage sacred? If the marriage you are talking about is set up the way God intended. If we are making up rules as we go, it depends on you and your partner. Now, that doesn’t mean its okay. It just means you have applied your own definition of what sacred is. As for this last one, she would have to swing her behind out of my life. That is something you tell somebody BEFORE, not after. I’m not into selfish people and that is about as selfish as you can get.

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