Extra marital affair

December 28, 2010 11:58pm CST
Is it ok to go into a extra marital affair considering the ever present threat of diseases that could infect us? Does pleasure suffice as a reason against diseases?
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4 responses
@jbrooks0127 (2327)
• United States
30 Dec 10
Do you recall, by any chance, a promise you made to your wife when you got married? Even if your wedding vows were not traditional there had to be part of it that you each shared with the other in that you promised to be together for the rest of your life. Why then do you consider an extra marital affair? The way you put it sounds as if the moral obligation you have to her is of least importance. It is never OK to have an affair. Any disease you may obtain would most likely be a good pay back for your indiscretion. Just do not give it to your wife.
• United States
29 Dec 10
i have always been curious to ask... why get married if you cant stay with just one person... in the end if you cheat you will both be hurt.. maybe you need to sit down with youre spouse and explain why you feel the way that you do
@maean_19 (4662)
• Philippines
29 Dec 10
As for me, I think the proper thing to do is be contented and satisfied with our partners. That is I think the safest and proper way to avoid those spreading diseases and other consequences of having an affair.
@wdiong (1818)
• Singapore
29 Dec 10
No, it's definitely not ok to go into an extra marital affair, not so much because of the fear of getting sexually transmitted diseases but it's just morally wrong to be unfaithful to one's spouse.