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Old 20.12.2017, 15:12
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Re: Swiss court convicts woman for reading husbandís emails

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No. If she does not trust the partner she should have either no, or only protected sex.
I wasn't talking from a law perspective, I don't know if everything can always be so black and white. I think there are some quite 'clever' people who can hide affairs, so are you saying that anyone who suspects something is different with their partner should not have sex or divorce them as they might be a liar, hiding an affair, suffering from a mid-life crisis (not saying this includes affairs), or mental health issues?

and what about if she was going through a period of low self-esteem, and then become a bit paranoid? She should ask for a divorce?

obviously, this would be heaps easier to discuss in person. I find it interesting to see other sides of the story, and am not having a go at you, just discussing it!
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