extramarital sex

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Noun1.extramarital sex - sexual intercourse between individuals who are not married to one another
criminal congress, unlawful carnal knowledge - forbidden or tabu sexual intercourse between individuals
adultery, criminal conversation, fornication - extramarital sex that willfully and maliciously interferes with marriage relations; "adultery is often cited as grounds for divorce"
fornication - voluntary sexual intercourse between persons not married to each other
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The nature of marital infidelity, its impact on the marriage and marriage partners, and effective interventions are topics that receive considerable research attention, if for no other reason than the prevalence of the problem.
Bey, 34, tackles lots of personal themes and some of the lyrics allude to issues of marital infidelity.
From a single mom running herself into the ground while working eight jobs, to a married couple struggling with financial infidelity and marital infidelity.
Addressing listeners on her radio show "Wa Ento Besehha Wa Salama" (While You're in Good Health), Raja'a said that marital infidelity has been on the increase in recent times.
Reasons including marital infidelity, poor communiA[degrees]cation, job loss or financial strain, religious and cultural differences, lack of social and emotional support, unrealistic expectaA[degrees]tions, social media, sexual incompatibility, and child-rearing problems have all been cited as just some of the causes leading to marital discord and to the eventual dissolution of marriages.
Sheikh Mohammed Al-Jirani, the judge at the endowments and inheritances department in the Ministry of Justice in Qatif, attributed divorce occurrences to many reasons, including the lack of Shariah awareness (25 percent), presence of organic and sexual diseases (5 percent), frequent travel and absence from home (5 percent), financial inadequacy and failure to meet the wife's needs and leading luxurious life (20 percent), technological progress and social networking issues (20 percent), marital infidelity (15 percent), polygamy (10 percent) and absence of equity and justice between wives.
Mia's father, Joseph, is increasingly distant as he stokes his career ambitions and engages in marital infidelity.
But both science and the emotional momentum are abandoned for soap opera as the focus moves to marital infidelity and Hawking's growing international celebrity.
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Since then, he has publicly committed to becoming a better husband and father and turning away from drinking, gambling and marital infidelity.