Extramarital sex  

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Extramarital sex occurs when a married person engages in sexual activity with someone other than their marriage partner.

Extramarital sex is also sometimes referred to as adultery, philandary or infidelity but those terms for many people carry a moral or religious association, while the term "extramarital sex" is intended to be morally or judgmentally neutral.

Extramarital sex attempts to look at the social phenomena of sexual relations outside of an existing marriage relationship, at its incidence, causes and consequences, in an objective and non-judgmental manner.

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