Rise in Sexual Immorality: Alarming Trends

Sexual Immorality

The Rise of Sexual Immorality

Updated Dec 2022 

Between 2005 and 2006, the index only showed a slight increase, moving from 201-330, significantly smaller than the current reading of over 9000. This sharp rise suggests that most people now see behaviour once deemed immoral in the late 90s and early 2000s as almost normal. This trend shows no signs of slowing down, indicating that immoral behaviour in all areas of life is likely to increase.

The index also has a remarkable track record in predicting the moral decay of society. As mentioned above, it has only experienced two minor setbacks and continues to reach new highs every year. This indicates that we have come to a point where human life is viewed merely as data entered into a computer database, with the individual no longer holding any significant value. The end goal is profit and anything necessary will be done to achieve it, not just by corporations but also by most individuals. Therefore, if you have a good friend, or even a few, cherish them, for they are more valuable and scarce than gold.

Adult index states Sexual Immorality is going to soar in the years to come

Broadening the Issues beyond Sexual Immorality.

A recent report has revealed that many breads in the United States contain a cancer-causing compound. While this may seem like good news compared to the scandals that are likely to hit the media in the coming months and years, particularly in the US and Europe, it is still cause for concern.

It is important to exercise caution when dining out and only purchase products that contain easily recognizable ingredients. When it comes to bread, simplicity is key, and products with more than three ingredients are best avoided. Remember, it’s better for questionable food items to end up in the rubbish bin than in your stomach.

In addition, it’s likely that the sex industry will continue to grow in popularity. In fact, it may soon be viewed as a commodity. Although Craigslist banned its adult section, Backpage.com emerged as a replacement, making Craigslist’s previous section seem tame.

While Backpage.com has since been shut down, other websites have emerged to fill the void. History has shown that making something illegal only increases the demand for it, and this is likely to apply to the sex industry as well.

Marriage Contracts and Sexual Ethics

A new type of marriage contract may be on the horizon, which involves a lease with an option to buy or reject. This may seem humorous, but it’s not too far from becoming a reality. Millennials are increasingly rejecting traditional marriage, which has been the norm in Western culture since the late 18th century. This could result in a radical change in how marriages are approached.

The median age for first-time marriage has significantly increased over the past few decades, with women at 27 and men at 29, compared to 20 and 23, respectively, in 1960. Fewer millennials choose to get married, partly due to social attitudes that view the institution as outdated. It’s time to embrace new ideas about romance and family and recognise that traditional marriage may no longer be society’s highest ideal, according to Kate Bolick, author of the 2011 Atlantic article “All the Single Ladies,” which sparked a national conversation. Full story

Reframing Sexual Morality: Beyond Marriage

Many people are becoming disillusioned with the idea of the government being involved in their personal relationships. In fact, according to a recent Pew report, half of American adults believe that society is just as well off if people prioritize things other than marriage and having children.

This sentiment is particularly strong among young adults, with 67% of those aged 18 to 29 expressing this view, compared to 53% of those aged 30 to 49. On the other hand, among those aged 50 and older, the majority (55%) believe that society is better off if people prioritize marriage and having children. Full Story

Wedleases: The Pros and Cons of Short-Term Marriage Contracts

Legal and economic experts suggest that couples should have the option of short-term marriage contracts, also known as “wedleases”, in addition to traditional lifelong marriage. These contracts could make the process of separation less complicated in a time when divorce rates are increasing.

Economist Stefania Marcassa, who has studied the economics of short-term marriage contracts, believes that it makes sense to have alternative forms of marriage contracts to save money on the high cost of divorce. Politicians in some regions have proposed short-term marriages, but the idea has yet to receive significant attention. In Canada, around 70,000 people divorce annually, according to the latest Statistics Canada data.  Full Story

The ‘Wedding Lease’; Game Changer or Nonsense

Mr Rampell, a lawyer from Palm Beach, has suggested the concept of “wedleases” for marriage. This would allow couples to choose a time frame for their marriage ranging from one to ten years, or any duration in between or outside of that range. Once the lease expires, the couple can choose to renew or move on.

While some legal experts believe that such an agreement could work if structured properly, others have concerns about the complications that could arise, especially when children are involved. They suggest that while prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are not always legally binding, a marriage lease could offer the possibility of a divorce without commitment and may only provide a false sense of security. Full Story

Sexual Immorality & The Problems with Wedlease

The concept of a “wedlease” has been introduced by lawyers as a short-term marriage that lasts for a predetermined amount of time, after which the couple can either renew or terminate the contract. The idea behind it is to make divorces easier and less damaging. However, there are three reasons why wedleases may not be a solution to happier relationships.

Firstly, the emotions of love are messy and breakups, even with predetermined endings, can still be distressing. Secondly, breakups are rarely mutual, so having a predetermined time to end the relationship is unlikely to change that. Finally, commitment is a crucial component of a fulfilling relationship, and wedleases lack that deep level of commitment, making it more likely to lead to conflict, pain, and unhappiness.

Food For Thought

Some may question why we cover political and health issues when our primary focus is on the stock market and financial arena. The simple answer is that all these fields are interconnected; free market forces no longer exist. Today, all information is manipulated, from the food you eat to the data you receive. Understanding this is key to planning accordingly.

Recognising the problem is over 80% of the solution, which is why many people don’t know what to do because they don’t understand the problem. We are one of the few financial outlets (if not the only one) that cover such a broad range of seemingly unrelated topics that are, in fact, deeply interconnected. Mass psychology is a potent tool, and if used correctly, it can help you detect the abnormal levels of manipulation to which the masses are exposed. We strongly advise that you watch or read our coverage. Plato’s allegory of the cave.


Q: What does the article talk about?
A: The article covers different topics related to social issues, including the rise of sexual immorality, concerns about cancer-causing compounds in bread, changes in marriage contracts, and the idea of short-term marriage contracts or “wedleases.”

Q: What is the “Rise of Sexual Immorality” section about?
A: This section discusses how the index for sexual immorality has increased significantly over the years, suggesting that people now view what was once deemed immoral as almost normal. The article argues that this trend will continue and society is becoming more profit-driven, leading to a devaluation of human life.

Q: What is the “Broadening the Issues beyond Sexual Immorality” section about?
A: This section discusses the presence of a cancer-causing compound in some bread in the US and suggests that consumers should exercise caution when buying products with more than three ingredients.

Q: What is the “Marriage Contracts and Sexual Ethics” section about?
A: This section discusses how marriage contracts may change, with the possibility of short-term marriage contracts or “wedleases” becoming more common. The article argues that this shift is partly due to millennials rejecting traditional marriage and social attitudes that view the institution as outdated.

Q: What is the “Reframing Sexual Morality: Beyond Marriage” section about?
A: This section discusses how many people are becoming disillusioned with the idea of the government being involved in their personal relationships and how some suggest that short-term marriage contracts or “wedleases” could make the process of separation less complicated.

Q: What is the “Wedleases: The Pros and Cons of Short-Term Marriage Contracts” section about?
A: This section covers the pros and cons of short-term marriage contracts or “wedleases,” including how they could save money on the high cost of divorce.

Q: What is the “The ‘Wedding Lease’; Game Changer or Nonsense” section about?
A: This section discusses the concept of “wedleases” and how they could allow couples to choose a time frame for their marriage. Some legal experts believe such an agreement could work if structured properly, while others are concerned about potential complications.


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Sexual immorality on the rise The Telegraph

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Americans’ acceptance of sexual morality growing Christian monitor

America’s moral meltdown tomorrowsworld.org