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Put another way

Let's say I've got a friend (I do!) and this particular friend wants to have sex with a mentally unstable (but not dangerous) woman in a committed relationship. He persuades her to do so, and she betrays her boyfriend to have sex with this friend. This friend has no intention of an ongoing relationship with the woman - he just wants sex, and tells her so all along.

Obviously she's morally (or ethically, if you prefer) culpable for betraying a trust. Is the friend who had sex with her morally or ethically culpable for a wrong act, and if so - what?

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creepingivy
Aug. 2nd, 2008 12:28 am (UTC)
If the friend knew that someone else had sexual primacy and she had an agreement of fidelity with her, then he's crap bag for participating in violating that agreement. If he didn't know and she didn't tell, then its not his fault he unknowingly violated an agreement. But y'know, I guess I don't think I view cheating as the worst thing to ever happen ever in life or even a relationship. That's not to say I'm a cheater or advocate misconduct but sounds to me that if agreements are going to be violated, there's other issues at work here that go beyond cheating. The cheating is just the manifest.

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