I've got nothing there, Sobek. I would say "Anything that doesn't blatantly force another human being to do your will", but then I've done some things that fall well into that category, and I did not (and still do not) consider what I was doing harmful. Irritating, perhaps, to the people involved, but it kept a lot of trouble from happening that might have otherwise occurred.
Generally speaking, I take a good long look at my reasons for doing something, and decide whether it's something I will feel guilty for later or not. If I can live with myself, I call it good and do it. If I decide I can't, for whatever reason, then I do not.
I have no problem whatsoever with keeping people from doing something that might be fatal using magic, if I can't find another way to solve the situation. But a love spell directed at a single person? I couldn't do it. I would have to wake up every morning next to them and think that what I'm doing was no better than rape, and worse in some ways. That is something -I- could not live with.
And in part, that's why I am so vehemently against using those kinds of love spells. Women would throw a fit if a man ever raped them, and cry, and spend years in therapy. Been there, done that, know the rigamarole. How can they ever think that what they're doing to this "man of their dreams" with a love spell is any better? And how can they dare say they love him when they're willing to hurt him that way? It's the same kind of twisted logic that's used when someone beats their wives and children "because they love them". Screw that.
That said... What's wrong with a Glamour? It's no different than wearing makeup, and some women do it every single day. So do some men. It's the same lie placed over the face that's so socially acceptable, and even expected- the medium is just different.
EDIT: Sorry, Shaman, misread your post. Also, what do I call you? I was looking at your name, and I will often abbreviate to first letters... uhm.. But yours wouldn't be nice. >.<
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~St. Makupuff the Awesome~
"The human race will begin solving it's problems on the day that it ceases taking itself so seriously." – Malaclypse the Younger
The Hell Law says that Hell is reserved exclusively for them that believe in it.
Further, the lowest Rung in Hell is reserved for them that believe in it on the supposition that they'll go there if they don't.
-Holy Book of Truth; The Gospel According to Fred, 3:1 (Principia Discordia)