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Published: Tuesday, April 8 2014 2:05 p.m. MDT

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slcdenizen
t-ville, UT

Perhaps it's time we move to abandon our Puritanical roots and embrace more open-style relationships. I expect the reason people "cheat" is in pursuit of a new experience and they should not be ostracized by society or the person with whom they have chosen to marry. Human sexuality is a complicated and individual thing, as is fulfillment and happiness. The assumption that monogamous relationships are the best way of attaining happiness and should thus be socially encouraged has only led to unnecessary misery and complicated relationship dynamics. And, of course, a very robust demand for attorneys.

Jamescmeyer
Midwest City, USA, OK

After comparing the social results of "puritanical" relationships with those of "open-style" ones, I would say there's really no argument in favor of abandoning, changing, or testing marriage.

Instead, I suggest people stop obsessing over impulsive sex and fleeting novelty in relationships.

Hank Pym
SLC, UT

If Facebook is where married men go to cheat then why shouldn't twitter lead to divorce?

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