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lack of social acceptance for open marriage deals with the
generally negative attitudes toward open marriage in Western
societies, the reasons for those negative attitudes, and the
consequences of those negative attitudes for couples in open
marriages. Surveys have shown large majorities of people disapprove
of extramarital sexual activity. A few studies show people
specifically disapprove of open marriages. Critics have put forward
moral, medical, and psychological objections to open marriages. The
lack of social acceptance places pressure on couples to hide their
open marriages from family, friends, and colleagues. Surveys show
consistently high disapproval of extramarital sex. Hunt briefly
mentions three surveys conducted in the 1960s in which large
majorities disapproved of extramarital sex under any conditions.
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