But I think you are being rather short-sighted if you don't recognize just how recently our own societies stigmatized the victim of rape or other kinds of abuse and misfortune, and certainly had no mercifal agencies in place to help them.
I do recognize that. It's still going on, although to a lesser extent. Any improvement on the part of society has been despite references to "God's law" rather than because of them.
It is fallen nature that causes all the injustice and mercilessness in any society.
What I'm saying is that the improvement in society's attitude seems to come from the secular side. Those who dwell on "God's law" seem to exhibit more fallenness, not less. Indeed, some of them seem to revel in being fallen.
If society weren't whipping us up via the "sexual freedom" movement, to indulge these things in the first place, there might not be as much of a struggle.
Actually, sexual freedom makes us more responsible, not less. Instead of just doing something (or avoiding something) because God sez so, we're encouraged to use the knowledge of good and evil to understand the consequences when we decide what's right or wrong.