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Is it a sin and crime to have sex with married women?

asked May 28, 2017 in Questions by Jeet025 (125 points)
edited May 31, 2017 by longhands1


Is having sex with unsatisfied married women a sin and crime? I feel that some married women are totally unsatified and need someone to satisfy them.

If I have sex with such women is it a crime?

Please suggest something quick.


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Quenching sexual urge of a women is not sin or crime.But secrecy must be maintained.Rape and assault on women is a crime.You are 35,must be married.How is your conjugal life...good or bad.Involved in extramarital sex,not bad....their satisfaction/ un satisfaction is not your concern.I have enjoyed few women,who get full satisfaction from their husband.They also want me in bed.They say involvement with others bring cheers in stereotyped and monotonous sex.It is not your duty to satisfy a un satisfied women.Can you guarantee that you will satisfy her fully?
answered May 31, 2017 by Motilal (7,420 points)
commented May 31, 2017 by Jeet025 (125 points)
thanks for your quick reply
i m divorcee
as one unsatisfied house wife really want to indulge with me for sexual pleasure,
i am confident that i can satisfy fully to her.
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In India yes its wrong. But if u both maintain full secrecy then no problem. Go head and enjoy.
answered May 31, 2017 by vrslvrslvrs (230 points)
commented May 31, 2017 by Jeet025 (125 points)

yes its crime by law as if i do sex it will be adultry to her husband.
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It's a sin, but according to our human nature's  its ok.
There is no mistake in satisfying a starving woman and also you should   be ready to face the troubles that comes with her.
answered May 31, 2017 by Coolcracker420 (1,230 points)
commented May 31, 2017 by Jeet025 (125 points)
ya trouble of involvement and if her husband knows it will be more trouble
commented Jun 1, 2017 by Coolcracker420 (1,230 points)
Yeah.i mean what ever the age is,whoever you are,These things are dangerous at  inside​ than while we take look in stories(iss).
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I had sex with so many married women and I am alone here. It is not crime in any way if she willingly wants to have sex with you. However, if you have a guilt ridden nature then you should not have sex with a married woman as your mind would depress you otherwise. If you are mentally prepared to have sex with her then and then only go ahead otherwise do not forget that your hand can satisfy your need unless you get married. 

answered Jun 2, 2017 by alpesh kapdi (25,205 points)
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It is not crime.. If u doing sex with her concern then it is OK.. Go and enjoy
answered Jun 3, 2017 by meghahim (170 points)
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I don't think its a crime to quench the thirst of an unsatisfied woman given than  she is ready to share herself with you .

I am quite lucky to have such experience. About a year ago, a family was living on rent in my home, consisting of couple with a son of about 5 years. Her husband worked at distant place and would only return home on weekends.

I noticed some disputes between them many times. Later, I was convinced that she must  be sexually unsatisfied as she always talk rudely with him. She would dominate him and he would do only what he is told.

Looking at these circumstances, one night when her husband was outside for work, I rushed to her room which was on 2nd floor and entered her room. My heart seemed to pop out. I was just standing there and looking for her to proceed. She was looking marvellous, typical mid aged woman with her large boobs clearly visible in her night wear.

I lost my control and started pressing her breasts and we fell to the floor. I started to uncover her clothes. After all the dirty work I ended with being sinful. We continued this for 2 months or so. Sometimes, I would satisfy her as well . But my family got to suspect our activities.

Later on she with her family were told to leave our house for some odd reason. She was scolded for all such wrongdoing with me. That day I was feeling very guilty ,even to make eye contact with my family .

Luckily after a month I got admitted to an engineering college ,thus its all happen that rest in my memory . Some time i would thought about the incident but feel guilty.

I think that if both of you are agree then its not harmful to indulge in such relationship.

answered Jun 3, 2017 by UserFame (135 points)
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1) is it a sin ?  - From  a spiritual / philosophical perspective, only god can answer.  have you seen a god appear in human form and talk about this ? So, for all practical purposes, this is unknown

2) is it a crime ? By social laws/ rules, it is.
answered Jun 18, 2017 by blore.guy (405 points)

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