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In modern day parlance, ‘cuck’ has unfortunately become tied to far-right movements and Men’s Rights Activists as they try to insult other men who stand up for nifty ideas such silversingles as feminism.
Basically, it’s a term that gets thrown around on twitter a lot by people too scared to come out from behind their keyboard.
However, historically, it refers to a man who has an adulterous partner. In fetish terms, a cuckold is complicit in this and gets his kicks from watching his wife with another man.
Therefore, I find it nonsensical that it’s now being used as some kind of insult – especially as there’s every chance the boys using it have never felt the touch of a woman, let alone one hot enough to command two men in the bedroom.
As with every kink, there are a wonderful myriad of things to think about if you’re thinking of giving this a go. I would also suggest thinking long and hard about it – it’s not one to enter into lightly if you’re in a solid relationship.
What is the real turn-on? Is it the humiliation?
When working with a submissive client, I would often use the threat of bringing another man in to ‘show him how it’s done’.
It’s also often tied into ‘Small Penis Humiliation’. Many men would tell me they can’t satisfy me with their own tackle, so I’d be better with a Bull (see below) instead.
Sometimes it’s the thought of acting as ‘fluffer’ for everyone involved, or doing the clean-up afterwards. Continue reading “What is a cuck and what is cuckolding? A beginner’s guide to the fetish”