In Germany, a new law, the Sodomy Laws, will take effect this week and is expected to make it legal for men to have sex with their partners as well as women to be intimate with their friends and family members.
There are currently no statutory penalties for such behavior.
However, there are already laws in place for women to receive punishments for consensual sex with men and men to receive fines for engaging in sexual acts with a partner.
The Sodomy Law has been a controversial piece of legislation.
Some say the legislation will make sex with someone you know or know of very difficult and risky, while others say it will simply make life worse for people.
The current law does not define what constitutes “consensual sex” but some have said the law is overly broad and will lead to sex between married couples being illegal.
The current Sodomy law will come into force on March 23, 2017.
It will apply to all of Germany’s 17 regions and will be implemented nationwide.
It is currently not known how many couples will be able to legally engage in sexual activity.
However, according to the German government, a study conducted by the German Institute for Family Studies found that one in six couples in Germany is currently engaged in a sexual act.
It also found that a third of German couples who are currently in a relationship have sex at least once a month.
While the Sodomites will be punished for having sex with others, those convicted of sodomy will not be penalized.
The punishment will be “commercially motivated.”
The law will also allow men to be fined up to $5,000 for engaging a partner in sex acts.