Indonesia to outlaw sex outside marriage

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September 19, 2019
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Well, this is different.

Indonesia is about to pass a law that outlaws sex outside marriage.

Indonesia is poised to pass a new penal code that criminalizes consensual sex outside marriage

Fornicators beware.

“The state must protect citizens from behavior that is contrary to the supreme precepts of God,” said Nasir Djamil

If passed, it applies to foreigners as well.

However, asked whether tourists in Indonesia could face jail for extramarital sex, Taufiqulhadi said: “No problem, as long as people don’t know.”

The new law would also include a 4 year prison term for women who have an abortion (exceptions for medical emergencies or rape) and also fines for some people who promote contraception.

The bills includes stiff penalties (their phrase, not mine) for insulting the president’s dignity.

Duly noted.

Reading this reminded me of a TRPer who said he was a beta, had become Chad and slept with a lot of women, and after all was said and done, he sadly reflected on it all and wished there was forced monogamy.

Looks like Indonesia is trying.


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Title Indonesia to outlaw sex outside marriage
Author RedPillWonder
Upvotes 6
Comments 8
Date 19 September 2019 06:50 PM UTC (1 year ago)
Subreddit askRPC
Link https://theredarchive.com/post/304627
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[–]Red-Curious1 point2 points  (7 children) | Copy

Haha, good for them. I think this is the post you're referencing. Generally, I'm not into state-mandated morality, as it steals the heart from it. But I'm really interested to see where this experiment takes things. Do you know what religion they're following to do this? Indonesia strikes me as more Buddhist or Hindu than Christian.

[–]lololasaurus2 points3 points  (5 children) | Copy

I'm guessing Islam. It's rare, aside from a few crazy theonomists like myself, that Christians have the frame to even say firmly sex outside marriage is wicked, much less look to the general equity of the civil laws God gave Israel and rhetorically asked: what nation has laws so righteous as these I give you?

While I do not in any way agree with Islam as a religion I do respect their willingness to own their belief system without any apology.

[–]Red-Curious2 points3 points  (4 children) | Copy

A perfect chance to note that people can have disagreements on things like theonomy ... yet I lose no respect for you at all. The way some Christians war with each other ... if they just understood the concept of living in their own frame, all the madness would die down. The war among denominations is a direct byproduct of the blue pill.

[–]lololasaurus0 points1 point  (3 children) | Copy

True words... Though there are absolute truths that are hills worth dying on, too. But not theonomy for sure.

[–]Red-Curious0 points1 point  (2 children) | Copy

Right. But the gospel is one of those and yet I can still respect many of those filthy heathens who believe it's false.

[–]lololasaurus0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

I find it easy to respect heathens.

I find it hard to respect people who profess Christ and immediately deny or suppress everything true about Him though.

Maybe I'm in the wrong there, but it's true about me, lol

[–]Red-Curious0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Right. Respect does still have to be earned. That's another backwards aspect of liberal culture that assumes respect should be your default attitude toward people, even if they haven't earned it yet.

[–]RedPillWonder[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

I think this is the post you're referencing.

Yeah that's it.

Do you know what religion they're following to do this? Indonesia strikes me as more Buddhist or Hindu than Christian.

I didn't know, but the article does mention:

Indonesia is the world’s most populous Muslim majority country and has substantial Christian, Hindu and Buddhist minorities, but has seen a recent trend towards deeper religious piety and conservative Islamic activism.

And:

leaders of all religions had been consulted on the changes given that Indonesia’s founding ideology was based on belief in God.

Interesting.

We'll see how it plays out.



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