In their forthcoming book, Markets Without Limits, Peter Jaworski and Jason Brennan argue that if it’s not wrong to do X for free, it’s not wrong to do it for money. Here, a Japanese judge has ruled that it might be wrong to do X for free, but NOT wrong (legally, at least) if you do it for money.. >>>
A court in Japan has ruled that a husband who sleeps with another woman is not committing adultery if the sex is a business transaction.
The ruling was made after a man’s wife sought ¥4m (£20,830) in compensation from a club hostess who had a long-term sexual relationship with her husband….
What do you think?