CNN is not very good at reporting the truth. Well here's another thing they are horrible at. CNN with the worst marriage advice ever.

So according to CNN, perhaps the best thing to do for your marriage is to let your husband or wife sleep with another person.

Seriously. They even tried to back it up with a study. The study was conducted by three people who are trying to destroy the family values of America. They mention cuckolding, which is watching your partner having sex with someone else. Even worst, they claims this is good for your marriage.

David Ley, Justin Lehmiller and Dan Savage claim that most people allow their partner to sleep with someone else find it a positive and rewarding experience. They say "acting on cuckolding fantasies can be a largely positive experience for many couples, and hardly a sign of weakness."

“This fantasy has been around as long as marriage and sexuality,” says Ley, who unsurprisingly wrote a book titled , "Insatiable Wives." , "Insatiable Wives." “But we’re hearing more and more about it these days, and more people are rejecting the social stigma against this fantasy."

They make these claims despite not even talking to any heterosexual couples. They interviewed 580 gay men. Despite this, CNN claims the study's findings work across the board.

“Overall, our research found that for the most part, cuckolding tends to be a positive fantasy and behavior,” said Ley. “It doesn’t appear to be evidence of disturbance, of an unhealthy relationship, or of disregard for one’s partner.”

Per Daily Wire:

One of the authors, Lehmiller, appears to have spoken to heterosexuals about cuckolding fantasies (58% of men and 33% of women, he found, had at least thought about the practice, but he didn't get much information on whether they'd tried it). But because the practice "isn't quite as taboo" in the gay community, he admits it might be a little more prevalent among gay men than among straight couples.

Savage was clearly enthusiastic about the issue. "It's not cuckolding if there isn't an element of humiliation, degradation or denial," he told CNN. "Our erotic imaginations have the ability to turn shame lemons into delicious kink lemonade."

The authors even went so far as to call the idea "rewarding," though it's not entirely clear who gets the reward (or really, what that reward is, aside from, perhaps, a sexually transmitted disease, or years of crippling embarrassment).

This is insane. Even for CNN. It seems like the most likely scenario in allowing your partner to have sex with someone else is absolutely not improving your marriage.

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