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Donald Trump introduced Gov. Mike Pence (R-IN) as his running mate on Saturday.
Before his career as an elected official, Gov. Mike Pence (R-IN) hosted both a radio and television show in the 1990s, with the name, “The Mike Pence Show.” While his commentaries from that time in defense of cigarettes and in opposition to the feminist message in Disney’s Mulan have made news, one less noticed piece suggested that adultery should be a crime in the United States. It appeared on the website for his television show on WNDY, retrieved through the Internet Archive WayBack Machine.
In May of 1997, Pence railed against the news that U.S. Air Force Lt. Kelly Flynn had received a general dischrage despite having been accused of two adulterous affairs. While Pence said he was glad she had received compassion, he took aim at society for making extramarital affairs acceptable. “Did anyone else notice the incredulous looks on the faces of Lt. Flynn’s most ardent defenders anytime the term ‘adultery’ was mentioned? Many of her defenders were less concerned, it seemed, about the facts of the case than about the fact that somewhere in this society adultery is still a crime.”
“I think it’s time for the media and our leaders to get real and start telling the truth about the impact of adultery on our national life,” he continued. “What is real is that adultery destroys tens of thousands of families of every year across America. What is real is that adultery scars tens of thousands of children emotionally and psychologically every year. What is real is that adultery is an open wound in a relationship which more often than not overflows into domestic violence or worse. It is time to ‘get real’ and put to the lie the popular culture’s no-cost approach to extramarital sex.”
A survey found that 35% did not believe sending explicit or flirty messages to another person was classed as being unfaithful.
Sending explicit photos was thought to be less acceptable than flirty messages, with 62% of participants saying they’d feel guilty about sending one.
According to recently conducted studies, members of both sexes have radically different opinions about what adultery or infidelity means to them.
While sexual infidelity is the primary cause of jealousy among men, woman felt an ‘emotional affair’, in which the partner develops a close personal bond with someone else is the deal breaker.
Evolutionary psychologists believe that women are especially sensitive to signs that the man is devoting time and attention to other women.
Men on the other hand, react emotionally to signs of sexual infidelity.
These perceptions researchers believe can be uncovered if evolutionary psychology is studied in further detail.
It’s the same case with online affairs
A rising cause of concern among couples is the chances of the man or woman embarking on an online affiar, suggest researchers during a recent study, which was conducted in the UK.
Researchers observed subjects, who indulged in internet infidelity and also those at the receiving end of it.
Most women whose partners were cheating on them with an online lover confided that they hated and mistrusted the internet as a result of their experiences.
This was because the internet made covert contact with another person easy and had a dis-inhibiting effect, making it easier to engage in behaviour that might be avoided in real life.
The law on injunctions must be reviewed after a celebrity took legal steps to keep his extra-marital “threesome” secret, the former MP who named footballer Ryan Giggs in a previous case has said.
John Hemming, the former Liberal Democrat backbencher who publicly identified Giggs, the Welsh international, in the House of Commons in connection with a 2011 injunction, called on Parliament to look again at the law.
Amanda Holden wants to know why women, who cheat in a bid to find ‘love’, get shamed time and time again?
In an interview with The Sun newspaper, Amanda Holden has spoken up about the injustice women face when it comes to the public’s reaction about celebrity affairs.
The Britain’s Got Talent judge explained that, in her opinion and experience, women have affairs for different reasons than men, and it’s much more about seeking love and approval than it is about sex.
Do you live in Britain’s most adulterous town? Top 100 cheating hotspots are revealed
- By Anthony Bond
There is also hope for the romantics with figures also revealing the most faithful town in Britain
If you are married and live in the small Nottinghamshire town of Beeston then this may not make easy reading.
The town with a population of just 37,000 has been officially named as the place in Britain where a husband or wife is most likely to have an affair.
Incredibly, figures show that a total of 941 affairs will be taking place right now.
The Official Infidelity Index 2015 was released this week and also shames a number of other towns.
Livingstone in Scotland came second in the list with Maidenhead coming in third place. Other towns in the top 10 included Runcorn, Guildford and Taunton.
According to the index, 2.54 per cent of Beeston’s population are currently having a sexual relationship with somebody other than their husband or wife.
However, there is still hope for the romantics. Craigavon in Northern Ireland was bottom of the list, with partners more likely to remain loyal than anywhere else in Britain, married dating website Illicit Encounters reported.
Just 0.04 per cent of the population are having an affair – giving it the proud title of the most faithful town in the UK.
As reported by the Independent, psychologist Lucy Redford said: “There are many reasons people have affairs in small towns like Beeston.
“Often, when passion has left a relationship, but people don’t want to fracture their home status or disrupt a family unit, and they’re not willing to compromise their sex lives, an affair becomes tempting.”
SEOUL — A Canada-based website facilitating extramarital affairs on Tuesday welcomed South Korea’s recent decision to repeal the decades-old anti-adultery law, casting a rosy outlook on its business here.
In late February, the Constitutional Court threw out the anti-adultery law, reflecting the growing importance of personal choice over marital order in a traditionally group-oriented society.
Ashley Madison, an online dating site which hooks up married individuals as well as singles, resumed service for local customers seeking a discreet relationship last month after the local watchdog for online materials lifted the ban on the site.
Christoph Kraemer, the director of international affairs at Ashley Madison, said he accepts with “opens arms” the court decision and is glad the ban on the site was subsequently lifted.
“It’s the same kind of a milestone in the U.S. when they struck down the ban on multiracial marriage in the past,” he said at a press conference held in Seoul.
The company said it sees high growth potential for the Korean market as customer data it has collected over the years indicate the possibility for rapid growth among other Asian countries.
Since it resumed the service in March, 100,000 new members have signed up here, with the total number of users now exceeding 165,000, according to its data.
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