When you look into society today, you see it everywhere, Adultery! It is almost impossible not to see it. No matter where you turn, there is evidence of adultery. From the White House to the house next door, you see either see it, or you hear about it.
When former President Clinton was in Office, he committed it, and society did not really seem to mind, in fact, we elected him for a second term because of his honesty about the situation, or lack thereof. Not to mention the fact that his "crime" was plastered all over the television and the newspapers. So, is it safe to assume that because the President of the United States can do it, and get away with it, that it is something that has become socially acceptable in society?
I have two real questions that I want to answer; I want to know in what respects is adulterous behavior fall within the domain of morality, if at all.
I find it hard to see, under any circumstances, that adultery can be morally acceptable. Adultery is one topic that seems most prevalent when talking about the morals of sexuality.
The second question that I feel it is important to examine is that of what is to be said about adultery, and I am not concerned if I stay within the arena of morality when I am doing this. I will, in other words that most can understand, to identify and review the major arguments that would be given by someone who is against adultery. I believe that these arguments view adultery as being immoral, and furthermore I really do not care if some of these arguments turn out to be in fact nonmoral arguments.
The first argument that I am going to make for...