marital infidelity

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The report said that couples charged with having extramarital sex could avert trial by getting married in a plan being considered by the Abu Dhabi Judiciary Department.
Husbands were asked whether they had engaged in premarital sex with someone other than their current wife, had had extramarital sex in the past year or had had any STI symptoms (specifically penile discharge or penile ulcers) in the past year.
BEIRUT: More than one in five Lebanese have premarital or extramarital sex, and two-thirds of those are between 15 and 24 years old.
Marte Dalelv, 24, said she remained hopeful that she would succeed in an appeal against the ruling by a Dubai court that convicted her this week of extramarital sex, perjury and consuming alcohol without a licence.
5%) out of 24 extramarital sexually exposed migrants had extramarital sex for sexual pleasure, nine (39.
Marketed specifically to black audiences and defined by unprecedented depictions of black heroes fighting a villainous white establishment, these films were, on the one hand, hailed for offering revolutionary representations of black power, and, on the other, condemned for perpetuating racial stereotypes and glamorizing violence, drugs, and extramarital sex.
History of husband's occupation and risk factors for the disease such as extramarital sex activity, frequent traveling, drug abuse and blood transfusion was taken.
There is no concept of freedom for extramarital sex in any form.
She wanted to see the "greatest city in the world", a London packed with music halls and pubs, and her extramarital sex life began as soon as they arrived.
The epidemic remains a touchy subject in the Middle East region's conservative & Islamic societies, due to its correlation with unprotected premarital and extramarital sex, men having sex with men without condoms, or prostitution and intravenous drug use.
Providing a comparative perspective, they describe how extramarital sex is officially secret in these societies, but also widespread, and how it is an aspect of gendered social organization.