Something that I've noticed going on a bit here lately is people hair-splitting & looking for loopholes in the dharma. There was a thread not too long ago where a guy asked whether it would be ok & not against the 3rd precept to feel up his mates girlfriend. There's 2 other threads going at the moment, 1 regarding grass & the other concerning booze. What a persons particular opinion is doesn't really matter, opinions are like arseholes, everyone's got one. This forum concerns Buddhism & dharma. Many people on here are trying to learn & giving your personal opinion isn't what they're after, they're asking what the Buddha taught. Another thread on here recently concerned card playing, this is one I could split hairs on if I wanted to. While I don't play cards, I do bet on racehorses & greyhounds on a semi- regular basis. If I wanted to be a smartie I could say the Buddha never advised against betting the horses & dogs. I do have a personal opinion on this, it's probably because it didn't go on too much 2500 years ago in India. Many of these things are covered by the 5 precepts & the noble 8 fold path. As a lay buddhist that's all I'm expected to observe, a monk has more than 200 precepts to observe. What a person does in their personal life is their business, but please don't try to pass it off as dharma compatible when it clearly isn't.
Good-luck & best-wishes.