Yes, it appears that CNN wrote an article recently extolling the glories of cuckoldry. And I’m reporting on it on Return of Kings!
“In our current political climate, the term “cuck” — short for “cuckservative” — has become an insult of the so-called alt-right, aimed at men they view as spineless and emasculated. The slur has its roots in the concept of cuckolding, or having an adulterous partner.
But, according to a recent study by David Ley, Justin Lehmiller and the writer Dan Savage, acting on cuckolding fantasies can be a largely positive experience for many couples, and hardly a sign of weakness.”
…I will be the first to tell you that while there have historically been a few of those fabled “take my wife, please!” tribes where everybody is running about having sex all willy nilly with everybody else, there are many more tribes—including, purely by coincidence, the tribes that actually amounted to anything in the grand scheme of things—in which the thought of being cuckolded is rightfully considered one of the greatest shames and humiliations.
What’s notable is that even many tribes that are primitive and unlettered are enraged by the thought of getting cucked behind their back—and if you don’t believe me, the Yanomamo, the “fierce people” of the Amazon rainforest, can demonstrate how seriously they take patriarchy and a woman’s faithfulness (hint: it occasionally involves lighting a woman’s cooch on fire).
So with all that being said, it seems that cuckolding is something universally feared and reviled amongst almost all masculine cultures. And rightfully so—if your wife (or husband, women are allegedly capable of engaging in the cuck fetish as well) is looking to somebody else for sex, it means you’re not satisfying your spouse. It seems pretty obvious an affront, so why are our societal betters at CNN trying to push it upon us?
According to research by Dan Savage and Justin Lehmiller—and, importantly, presented by CNN—cuckoldry is a perfectly normal desire to have…
Read the rest of the sordid details here