Why adultery remains illegal in 21 states

Deborah L. Rhode takes a fascinating look at archaic adultery laws

Ashley Madison’s Achilles heel is exposed—and it’s not immorality

With an IPO expected soon, a hack on Ashley Madison, the Toronto-based web service that offers to connect potential cheaters with willing partners, is poorly timed

Rated A for adultery

Cheating moves from today’s headlines into tomorrow’s plots on the big screen

Standing up to bad boys

Standing up to bad boys like Schwarzenegger and Strauss-Kahn

Women all over the world are fighting back against sleazy men, no matter how powerful they are


Making their bed

Some 16 groups take sides on polygamy in a landmark case



The Toronto Transit Commission has turned down the opportunity to earn $250,000 in ad revenue from the adultery-facilitation website I’m a believer in religious and particularly irreligious freedom, but I suppose the TTC’s refusal is all right with me: one can find a secular justification in the observation that it is contrary to public policy to encourage the breaching of contracts. So my future promotional plans for are probably still good to go.