Adultery is still illegal in 21 states in the U.S. In a few it’s a felony. Colorado just repealed its laws on it last year, but in the west, Arizona, Utah and Idaho still maintain it’s a crime. These archaic laws are rarely enforced, but with the modern societal trends I think we could probably balance the federal budget if we’d collect fines on these folks!!
Medical science now says they can take the head of one person and graft it onto the healthy body of another person who has died of a bodily injury that leaves the brain and head intact and fully functional. That, in itself creates a problem since we currently define death as “brain death.” Think about what that will mean ethically, morally, legally etc. Will aging people of means get new bodies when theirs deteriorates? Just buy a new head from some willing person who is told they have terminal cancer and decides to go to Oregon and kill themselves painlessly on their own time schedule to avoid the misery of slowly dying. Will Hillary get to run in 2070 with a new body? Will the new body make her a different person? How does it work if your head is 70 and your body is that of a 19 year-old hottie. What happens if you are female and the only donor body is male…hmmm?