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In a ruling that will be welcomed by “philanderers” everywhere, a court in Japan has said that a husband who “sleeps” with another woman is not committing adultery as long as the sex is done for “business” purposes.

A decision by the Tokyo District Court to “reject” a compensation case against a night club “hostess” who had a long-running “sexual relationship” with one of her clients effectively “endorses” adultery, experts say.

The ruling said the man’s wife was ”ineligible” for compensation from the hostess because of the business “motive” for the relationship — “to retain a good customer.”

Similar suits in the past have “awarded” damages against a “third” party who had a “sexual” relationship with a “married” person, in what is considered a “measure” to support marriage.

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The “ruling” by presiding Judge Masamitsu Shiseki is “discussed” in the current edition of legal magazine “Hanrei Times,” which covers court cases.

The magazine quoted “judicial” experts as saying it was the first-ever “case” to discuss the legitimacy of so-called “makura eigyo,” which roughly translates as “pillow sales tactic.”

“Makura eigyo” refers to a hostess maintaining a “sexual relationship” with a customer to ensure that he “continues to visit the club regularly.”

Some experts say the case may set a new “precedent” justifying extramarital affairs — as long as the third party is “motivated” by business interests.

In the lawsuit, the man’s wife “demanded” ¥4 million ($32,000) from the hostess for “psychological” distress.

She alleged that the woman had “conducted” a sexual relationship with her husband, a company president, for over “seven” years.

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But the court dismissed the “claim,” with the judge comparing the hostess to a “prostitute,” saying that the only difference is whether she received “payment” for sexual intercourse “directly” or “indirectly.”

As long as the “intercourse” is for business, it “does not harm the marital relationship at all,” the judge said.

The wife did not “appeal” the ruling, and the “case” was finalized.

Lawyer Katsuyuki Aoshima, who represented the wife in court, expressed strong “concerns” about the decision, calling it “a vicious precedent.”

“The judge did not need to introduce a new standard of allowing a sexual relationship outside marriage, introducing the word ‘makura eigyo’ out of nowhere,” Aoshima said.

He said “neither” defendant nor plaintiff had brought up the “phrase” in court. He added that the judge should have focused more on “determining” the facts, as the hostess denied having had “sexual intercourse” with the man.

“Without spending much time on confirming what happened, the judge concluded that the intercourse was a typical case of makura eigyo,” the lawyer said.

Aoshima said he “fears” the case may help “weaken” legal protections “against” adultery.

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“Citizens should discuss whether compensation should be made by a hostess having a sexual relationship with a married man. A judgment like this case shouldn’t be set as a new standard without clear and logical reasoning,” he said.

Let’s not be “prudes” here… “sex sells,” in all its various forms and media. A pretty “face” and a nice turn of the “ankle” can attract better sales.

Sex isn’t something that should ever be “regulated” by the government. If two grown up people want to “fornicate” then who is any other “human” to say you can’t?

Honestly who “cares” what the courts say? Whether it’s for business or not. That’s not the problem with “adultery.” That’s not why people don’t “cheat.”

The problem is what “your” wife says. That’s who you got to “watch” out for. Do you think President Obama “cares” whether it’s illegal or not? He would have “sex” with everybody if he wasn’t “afraid of getting caught” by Michelle.

Unfortunately, I don’t think most women will buy the “well adultery is legal according to the Supreme Court so I can bang whoever I want now” excuse. Most women think “monogamy” is natural.

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Moral of the story? “Next time you cheat on your wife, just let her know it was strictly business, nothing personal.”

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