If a married person fools around with another person (an unmarried person), is the other person just as wrong as the adulterer?
I thought of this question while answering the question about the ethics of selling or buying term papers.
If a person (who, for the sake of the question, is unmarried), fools around with a married person, is the unmarried person just as guilty, just as wrong, just as immoral as the married person? Are both parties equally guilty in your opinion? Or are the vows totally the responsibility of the married person?