Is morality objective or subjective? Is it ridged or does it change?
I’m a full on Utilitarian, in that I’d classify myself as a “detailed Rule”, that there are many exceptions the "the rule"; with a splash of Act. But not a full blown Act.
I don’t believe that any action has a positive or negative moral value outside of the context the act is taken in. That means that there exists even if only in hypothetical morally good examples of murder, rape, theft, lying ect
So, morality is subject to circumstance, culture, time. And good moral actions are actions that do the most good.