Is it morally better for a man to cheat on a woman.....what ever your answer....please state why
It is never morally better in any way for either gender to cheat. The reason is easy, if you are going to cheat regardless of gender what are you doing in a relationship in the first place?
Do you mean better for a man to cheat on a woman, then for a woman to cheat on a man? Anyway, cheating is a sad thing, and both sexes do it, for whatever reason. And, yes, mental cheating is "worse" than physical cheating, because the cheater can cheat right in front of his/her significant other, and then say "I didn't do anything!" Right....
though me like to believe that it is ok for men to cheat and not ok for women to it is not morally better for a man to cheat. that is ridiculous. years ago men were allowed to have more than one wife but thats not the case for this generation one man one woman. thats how it should be. either way who ever cheats the other person is going to get hurt. so you can answer your own question. if someone is going to end up hurt its not morally correct.
is this what you have done and you're looking for an excuse or a way out. Everyone knows it is not morally right for any sex to cheat on the one they are professing to love! What are you trying to accomplish by asking this question?
your kidding right? how can cheating and morals be in the same sentence as a good or ok thing?
It is probably more convienent to believe so, as in my experience (of being cheated upon) the cheater believes that sorry is going to solve and mend all, but its easy for them, they knew the whole score, & that is what is forgotten, & anyone who has been cheated on will tell you, its the pain, of not just being cheated on, its your whold world as you knew it has just been ripped from your heart and your brain, & the cheater is whittering on, about how meaningless the cheating was how it will never happen again, & the animal instinct in you just wants to kill, hurt, question, lick wounds, feel whole again, trust, find a common ground, balance the world again, to turn back time,
Morally noone should ever cheat.
Open relationship is the only way you are going to ever get close to being morally close, and even then questionable. however at least everyone knew what they were getting into
is it moraly better for a woman to molest a young boy than for a man to molest a young girl?,.... i mean realy,... the question makes about as much sense as this one,... thats like trying to convince me there is a humane form of rape.
by Unleashed Freedom 6 years ago
What is worse emotional or physical cheating?i have been told emotional...and I dont know.i have been cheated on in both ways( once by the same person)but I just learnt > to try and quote 'like I have never ever felt before'. how would u respond?
by affairdetector 4 months ago
Having a husband or boyfriend who cheated is a big hit to your self esteem. You begin to doubt your marriage and your ability to make your husband happy or to be enough. And there are tons of old stereotypes which imply that if a man cheats, it’s because his wife doesn’t understand him,...
by swilliams 4 years ago
The Definition of Unattractive is: as follows: plain, ugly, unappealing, unpleasant, hideous, unlovely, unprepossessing, unsightly, ghastly, revolting, repellent, repulsive, repugnant.However, can this description describe the personality of women who knowingly cheat with married men?
by ngureco 3 years ago
Is It Morally Right For Men To Wear Earrings?A woman shall not wear anything that pertains to a man, nor shall a man put on a woman's garment; for whoever does these things is an abomination to the lord your God. (Deuteronomy 22:5)
by Carolee Samuda 16 months ago
Women tend to want to blame the other woman for the affair. They call them names, threaten and even attack them physically. Who's to blame?
by accofranco 4 years ago
Why do men cheat on their female lovers, including the married ones? does it mean that cheating is in the nature of men or....? please i just want to hear your own side of this issue. thanks.
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