It takes two to tango. I have more of a problem with the bloke, he said the vows, not his mistress.
Nope. There's loads of you. All high and mighty on your moral high ground without understanding the intricacies that lead to affairs.
It's shouldn't be about agreeing with, more about understanding.
No, you're not the only one I'm sure. Anyone who sets out to destroy what someone else has, is to be disliked. But the man has to be willing in the first place - and not ALL men are capable of being unfaithful - that's a myth.
the very existence of them makes me want to become a celibate.
No person in their right mine intentionally goes to wreck a marriage unless their just heartless and insane. Otherwise that person just met this married person and fell for them and cant help but be with them on this hand then it may be said as "okay". And indeed it does take two to tango
No body but the 2 in the marriage can wreck it. The party that did it needs to stand up and take the blame can a girl or guy trully make you do what you do not want to?
LOL it makes it so easy to blame the girl and not the guy unless the girl is under age:-((((((((((((((
women have affairs to not just men
That is more then true woman do it for a different reason:-)
Doesn't everyone, apart from lawyers that is.
yes there are some people who intentionally "wreck marriages" but on the other hand there are some who just find happiness and decide to stay, i don't think they should be disliked because you can't choose who you fall in love with and i think that if you fall in love with a married man it was just fate. some go through a and it ends others last and the man leaves his wife (or vice versa) and him and the "mistress" live happily ever after...
Thinking the answer is "yes" to that.