Rick strikes another blow to the shallow perceptions of the way of following God found in the Ten Commandments. A taste,
The “Thou” that “shalt not” is the one who can, i.e., the one with the power to take. In a paternalistic culture that is the male. In a secularized, egalitarian gender culture (at least as for sexual autonomy) the “Thou” jarringly becomes male and female. The seventh commandment is about power, not sex, and mostly about the misuse of power. One can use power inequitably but you just do not. You do not because you know without ever hearing it stated that it is wrong to use liberty for license.