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Here's Strange Country Where Adultery is Legalized And Not Punishable Under Law

There was a good time in their history, when in male-female relationships, only a man could file a complaint against another for an act of infidelity or adultery. So a woman who was a victim of adultery, for example, could not under any circumstances file a complaint against her man. But, in a very unequal society in terms of male/female relations, in 2018, the justice of this great country of India succeeded in leading a fight against an unequal law on adultery.


Incredible but true, India is a conservative and paraconal country where tradition rhymes with modernity. Such as the indian cinema in the latest times especially in Africa attempts to show it, Indian populations are renowned for their attachment to divine things, religion, piety, with a particular treatment of women.


There was a good time in their history, where in women's relationships, only a man could complain against another during an act of infidelity or adultery. So, a woman who was adulterous for example, could not complaint against her man. But, in a very unequal society in the women's gender reports, in 2018, the justice of this great country that is India managed to fight against an unequal law on adultery.


Justice decriminalised this act, which is no longer considered liable to prosecution. For them, adultery or the fact of having extra-marital relations is reduced to the rank of private matter. It is stipulated in the jurisdiction of India that adultery results from petty schemes between adults. Who must assume this and find a way out between them.


Since colonial times in India, adultery has been viewed as a human problem. According to the laws of the time, the man remains the main seducer in sexual relations. So only man could be accused of adultery and only man could be held responsible for adultery. For a long time, in Indian society, the woman remained in a non-responsible status in matters of extramarital affairs.

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