The New York times recently published a length, well-written article titled "Is an Open Marriage a Happier Marriage?".
It's a brilliant piece of blue-pilled subterfuge, which slowly draws the reader into thinking that an open marriage is a fair deal for both men and women. But, if you look closely you can see that open marriages are clearly designed to benefit the woman, with the man often complying out of desperation.
The article contains some real gems which will resonate with men who are becoming aware of the red pill.
Open relationships are usually initiated by the woman: "But of the 25 couples I encountered, a majority of the relationships were opened at the initiation of the women; only in six cases had it been the men". The article also reveals that it is just easier for women to find additional partners. One woman reveals that "although they had opened their marriage a few months earlier, she was the only one of the two of them who was seeing anyone: a wealthy entrepreneur, and a soccer player". Her husband on the other isn't interested in putting in the effort to have casual flings: “If I could meet someone for sex once a week with no emotional obligation, like a regular tennis game, I would do it, he said. But I already wooed someone, my wife, he said. I don’t want to have to do that again". Classic AF/BB.
The sad thing is that many of these men are trapped in marriages due to having children with a woman who no longer feels sexual attraction towards them. Given the ease with which women are able to gain access to sexual partners, open relationships are always going to favour the feminine imperative. Men simply have to comply and end up becoming cuckolds; providing emotional and financial support to a woman who gives her best sex to men who provide her with feels.