Most of us would say that adultery is wrong. But, is it inherently bad, or do you think so because the society told you so? Let's imagine a scenario - you live in the alternative history timeline, in one of the progressive countries, where society has decided to acknowledge that relationships could be separated into two kinds: 1. The "social" marriage, intended to: - Cooperate on everyday domestic challenges and household chores - Counter loneliness - Cooperate to bring up a baby together 2. Sexual relationship, intended solely to satisfy sexual needs. Imagine if the society morally accepts and support by law this separation, so you can enter the marriage, and if you feel your sexual life started to fade out with years (something that happens with most married couples), both of you are free to find a sexual partner solely for the purpose of having sex and bring variety to your intimate lives, while still maintaining a friendly relationship with your actual spouse and responsibility for your children. Of course, this is optional, and you can insist on keeping the relationship the "classic" way (love until death) and resist any sexual advances from other people, but you cannot forbid your partner to use the privilege should he/she decide so. Also, I remind you that in our alternative timeline this is considered acceptable, normal, and is not frowned upon by society or your spouse in any way. This is sort of a social study, please don't argue the possibility of such scenario, just imagine it happened. So, if you lived in such a society, would you use this privilege? I'd appreciate if you vote honestly. P.S. I could just ask if you're polygamous or monogamous, but this is different.