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TAIPEI – A group of 60 Taiwanese judges and lawyers concluded during an annual gathering that oral sex should not be regarded as intercourse, and therefore does not constitute adultery.
Although judges are not bound by the conclusion, it can be used as a reference in future cases, reported the Taipei Times.
‘Since there is no law that clearly states whether oral sex is a form of intercourse, judges still possess full authorisation to make their own decisions during trials,’ said a spokesman for the Taiwan High Court, Mr Tsai Kuo-tsai.
Next week the Taiwan Court will codify the fact that the “blow” in blowjob is just an expression and may not constitute “false advertising”.