Obviously we're talking about somewhere where cheating isn't illegal because that's the frame of reference that the poster laid out.
Contracts don't give people rights and contracts don't make things illegal. Don't get me wrong, if you want to lay out a prenup you can put almost anything on there, adultery included, but that doesn't make it illegal. Illegal would be if the government put in place laws that made it illegal.
Okay, but we aren't discussing those places so they aren't exactly relevant.
Let me put this in context of the post.
You're saying that it's already illegal to cheat on your spouse.
Okay so why is nobody punished for it? You won't find any police officers who will arrest someone for breaking the sanctity of marriage. You won't find a judge who will charge someone for cheating.
Therefore my only conclusion is that a marriage contract must be a moral/social contract and not a legal one.
Either the post is agreeing with something that already happens or the poster is talking about making cheating a legal wrongdoing and not a moral one.
Contracts do not equal rights by the way.
It doesn't. You have no positive rights to a happy marriage. Nobody owes you a happy marriage.
That being said, adultery can be used as a grounds for separation, but nothing more.
How does the desire to be immortal mean that they have a sexual gratification from physical abuse....?
I feel like you're trying to get us to help you write a paper...
Maybe you'd like to link to these two stories before having us judge it based on this limited information?
But if both worked then some would send their kids to private and some would send their kids to public, which is the case isn't it?
Well I can see why they have to moderate it, marriage status brings tax benefits and all sorts of changes. I agree that gay marriage should be legal but taking out government regulations entirely is silly.
You could just as easily flip it the other way and ask that if science and religion are incompatible then why are ANY scientists religious.
Does Tim Horton's roll up the rim count? I won a coffee.
Also when a post is deleted it should still let you see the comments you've made on it. It used to let you do that already, I miss some of my good comments that were on deleted posts.
It's a good idea but people barely vote to homepage posts currently. To be effective the bar would have to be so low that one or two homepage or delete votes would make the post get deleted or homepaged and if it's that low then really it would still be a single person's decision.
Mods ARE suppose to link the similar post when they delete the old one, not sure who isn't following through with that
As far as I can see your last few posts that have been deleted have been repeats, a rule which has been clearly laid out many times.