This list of rules is not an official organizational document.
Many of the 141 rules such watching porn, reading sexual materials, sexual fantasies, etc are hard to enforce if there's no proof.
If a Jehovah's Witness wants to be loved and accepted by their family and the only friends they are allowed to have, they instinctively know it's best to go above and beyond the minimum requirements of the Watchtower Society.
Jehovah's Witnesses may object and say they have gotten away with doing some of the things on this list. The rules are not quite as important as loyalty to the organization.
Here's what our experience was when we were Jehovah's Witnesses.
Disrespect, disregard, and contempt for 'divine standards' (i.e. In fact simply leaving the Watchtower is considered the same as wrong doing! Most will walk right by without making eye contact.The Watchtower says, "Persons who make themselves “not of our sort” by deliberately rejecting the faith and beliefs of Jehovah’s Witnesses should appropriately be viewed and treated as are those who have been disfellowshipped for wrongdoing." Watchtower magazine, Sept 15, 1981, p 23, par 14-16 When Jehovah's Witnesses have serious doubts and when they can't be loyal to the Watchtower any more, they are routinely disfellowshipped (excommunicated) for 'apostasy'. Family members and friends are not allowed to associate with former members. Jehovah's Witnesses can't even greet a disfellowshipped JW with a simple 'Hi. This means that since 1952, the Watchtower's shunning requirement for members who leave has destroyed millions of families and close relationships.