Some 40 to 50 years ago, the Philippines had many morality issues that are not being accepted by its society. One real issue during those times are married men having an affair with another or other women. If it happens, it is almost certain that his neighborhood, community or even the entire township will condemn a married man in an illicit affair. Very few men get away with it and usually end up a broken family. It is a thing with married but it is worst when it is a married woman who goes into such an affair. The simple reason is a married woman can get pregnant by the man she is in the affair with. Even if the family is kept intact, it will be hard to live under one roof knowing that one was not sired by the father of the family.
That kind of morality is now, to many, a thing that has valid reasons and accepted if justifiable. There are now bigger numbers of broken families and the society is more tolerant. Finances are often the culprit when it comes to getting into an illicit affair. Having too much money to spare spur married men and the lack of it can be reason enough for a married woman. Is this where money becomes the root of all evil? It is immoral when too much money gets one into such an affair. Now, what about if the affair is to provide for the survival and existence of ones family?
The morality issue of the above is debatable.