I imagine there’s a difference between being asked “do you want to smash my GF/ wife?” and “Honey, let me sleep with another man.” Surprise surprise you get different responses for these.
Studies are also undergoing as to wether or not this is a sign of a manipulative relationship, and we also don’t know the long term mental health issues this may create as some men have admited to feeling depressed but scared for divorce.
So, technically true that some people might enjoy it, but at the same time It’s probably been blown way out of proportion. I for one feel sick at the notion.
@Sambob, yeah I’d rather be single than ever deal with that. If she feels the need to sleep with other men then do it without being in a relationship.
@Sambob, I wouldn't be able to do it. Because then are we even a couple anymore, or am I just your toy for a threesome? I'm pretty sure over time the emotions fade, and then it's just sex.
@Delsin Rowe, yeah, just seems to be a case of the woman using the man to set up a nest, to look after it, and provide for her financially, whilst she gets to sleep around.
Doesn’t feel like there’s equal respect or even love for that matter, which most men a coming forward and admitting to feeling.
@Sambob, i agree to an extent. There are women who do clearly do it for that reason. Cucking as a fetish is a humiliation thing and while some guys do enjoy that some women just try to push that for the reason you stated and honestly its sad cause it really creates a bad relationship. I personally support my partners exploring sexually but never cucking. If they want to do stuff with other people then i will as well but we will never humiliate each other with it and it will never be something the other person feels uncomfertable with. My relationships always last long and we end only due to other disagreements. The bottom line really is like you said equal respect, people should explore sexually yet always be respectful about it. Though i know in todays age seems to be a rare thing.
@Sambob, so I'm actually involved with a couple. They're swingers. It's actually not all bad dude gets off on it. So no harm no foul
Hey if it works for them fine, I’m still looking for someone to at least consider sleeping with me
Isn’t cuckolding also a fetish though? As in some men enjoy being cucked? It would be positive for them if thats the case.
@YUNoJump, the article is about the cuck fetishists. And I'd say that if you like getting cucked, you need testosterone injections.
I believe that humans aren't built to be 100% monogamous. Perhaps serial monogamy or some other form. People also aren't built to have clothing. Clothing and monogamy are still very useful cultural adaptations. I am happily married and have no intentions to change that. Still, I won't stick my head in the sand and say that everyone else should do that. As long as everyone is open and honest with what's going on and what they're looking for, you do you.
@Canis Arktos, alright sure, but if you get off to the thought of some dude plowing your wife, you've got problems.
@ReeseBobby, I like monogamy because I'm the type to go into a jealous rage and kill people. My wife is the same. This has allowed us an understanding and happy life. Still, different strokes for different folks. I take that whole "land of the free" thing pretty seriously. Don't hurt anyone or take stuff that isn't yours and you can do pretty much what you like. I won't judge because I don't care enough to.
@Canis Arktos, you say that, but we both know that there's something wrong with vore fetishists.
@ReeseBobby, I'm a physicist. Wrong is a subjective term. It's not the lifestyle I will suggest (or show) to my children. But seriously, live free or die.
I'm also a psychology person. One of my favorite classes was an "Abnormal psych" class. We learned an important lesson in a better way than I can possibly express here. Abnormal, is a matter of perspective. Furthermore, it's only a problem if you can't live a fulfilling (intentionally vague to include several even if not all meanings of 'fulfilling') life. You can be sad. It isn't depression until it hits a certain threshold that includes a particular trouble to your life. You can be imaginative. It isn't a problem until you start talking to people that aren't there while at work and ignoring customers. Not everything different is wrong. It can be weird as ... (someone please suggest a southern type simile)... and still be none of my business.
@Canis Arktos, I'm just saying every cuck I've ever met has had serious confidence issues and difficulty dealing with conflict. It definitely seems like a symptom of greater issues, and it shouldn't be celebrated.
@ReeseBobby, if I've met any, I don't know it. I can pretty easily believe people you're describing being in that spot though. In that area you are right. That sucks for them.
In defense of my argument they needed to be open and honest about what they want. Those pissants aren't being honest with themselves or their partner. I almost feel bad for them... almost... that not caring that leads an intense focus on freedom, also leaves me apithetic to the plight of these people I don't know and who won't speak up for themselves.
@Canis Arktos, what does being a physicist have to do with this issue???
In physics, wrong is not subjective. I.e. the planetary model of an atom is wrong. Newton’s laws are also wrong. That isn’t subjective, they are objective truths.
If you are saying “I’m a physicist, therefore I’m intelligent and thus my political/moral/ethical opinions mean more than yours.” Then you are wrong.
Btw, I’m also a physicist (condensed matter.) Which means my opinions about physics are more informed than a layman, but my opinions about other topics aren’t “better” than anyone else’s.
@talmet, you caught me. That is a misuse. The message that I was trying to convey was rather one regarding 'good' and 'bad'. Wrong, used in this respect is subjective. I brought my being a physicist (material science; nice to meet you) in an, admittedly clumsy, attempt to say that there is no fact based reason which lets me stick my nose in another's sexual preferences. As long as it is not harming anyone, I can think of no physical law or pure logic based reason why I should have a say in the matter. I appreciate you calling out my misuse of 'wrong' though.