Nothing so secretive as
Nothing so secretive as what we do alone. Be ashamed of touching yourself....not spreading your seed or being infested with viruses. I actually enjoy jacking off, it's very safe, I'm happy....no one is affected. I don't really understand the social stigma of beating my dick until I cum onto a washcloth. Why does it have negative connotations that I jack off? I beat my dick until I cum. I play with myself. I jerk my chicken neck. Who cares? Now you know I do that....but I'm left handed so it's still ok to shake my hand...there's no penis remnant left in my right hand. We all have dicks and pussy's, I don't understand dressing up in each other's cloths as a social movement. I believe it just makes MOST people look REALLY TREMENDOUSLY STUPID, unless you actually look like a woman, it is very unflattering. The realities we don't talk about are what we aren't ready to deal with.
Everything You Need to
Everything You Need to Know About Cuckolding
What exactly is cuckolding?
In basic terms, cuckolding is a fetish or kink in which a person gets turned on by their partner having sex with someone else.
It’s closely tied to BDSM with overlaps like domination, submission, and humiliation — minus the gear and spanking à la Fifty Shades.
Historically, the term cuckold refers to a man who was unknowingly cheated on by his wife. Don’t get too hung up on that, though.
The modern-day cuckold — who’s not necessarily a cisgender or heterosexual male — is fully aware and heartily approves of their partner’s affairs.
Is it common?
Apparently — though pinning down specific numbers is tricky given the delicate nature of the topic.
Based on internet research, oodles of people Google the word “cuckolding” on the daily. Porn sites have also reported that “cuckold porn” is one of the most searched categories.
Exactly how many people are actually engaging in it is hard to say.
Is it just men?
No! A lot of the info assumes only cishet men want to be cucked, but those desires aren’t specific to gender or sexuality.
And FYI, the “cuckoldress,” or the person having the sex, isn’t always a woman, and the third party, also known as the “bull,” isn’t always a man.
Why do people like it?
Like any kink, there are several possible variables at play, including biological and social factors. The reasons behind the enjoyment vary between the roles, too.
To be cucked
Psychologists have suggested a number of reasons why someone may be turned on by their partner having sex with someone else.
A biological urge referred to as the “sperm competition theory” may play a role in the desire to be cucked. That’s if the cuck is someone with a penis, of course.
In these scenarios, some research suggests that watching your partner with another man prompts a biological response to have longer and more vigorous sex.
This urge often results in the cuck ejaculating harder, having more sperm in their ejaculate, and having a shorter refractory period between erections so they’re ready to go at it again a lot sooner.
Knowing someone else wants your partner can kick your desire into overdrive and make you want them more than a fresh-from-the-oven Krispy Kreme.
Sexual jealousy can be intense, motivating, and pretty arousing. Some researchers think that jealousy is also a part of what fuels sperm competition and gets a male ready to fight for the fertilization win.
Compersion is the flipside of jealousy; it’s the happiness you feel seeing your partner happy.
The word’s often used by people in polyamorous relationships to describe the feeling they get seeing their partner courting someone else.
In the world of cuckolding, the happy feels come from seeing your partner being sexually satisfied by another.
Humiliation seems to play a leading role in cuckolding. It comes from the ridicule a person is likely to feel when their partner cheats on them.
For some, humiliation ramps up the erotic intensity of the act by a bazillion. This can come from watching their partner with someone else, or some extra humiliation thrown in for good measure, like being laughed at or belittled by their partner and the bull.
For others, humiliation doesn’t even factor in because, while par for the course in real infidelity, cuckolding between consenting adults removes — or at the very least dulls — it for some.
The cuck is essentially submitting to someone else taking over their role in the bedroom.
The pleasure comes from giving up that power of sexually pleasing your partner over to someone else.
The taboo factor
It’s no secret that culture idealizes monogamy. So, even though cuckolding is a common fantasy, it’s still considered taboo to share your partner with another. And who doesn’t like to be naughty and break the rules once in a while?
To have a partner who enjoys being cucked
You might wonder what’s in it for you if you’re with someone who likes being cucked. It turns out there’s plenty of pleasure to be had!
Not only is there the obvious physical pleasure you get from engaging in sexual acts with the bull, but the sex gets better between you and your partner, too.
What little research is available on cuckolding shows that both partners report having hotter sex with each other. Also, cuckoldresses report feeling more sexually satisfied.
Cuckolding may also revitalize a relationship that’s become a bit stale over time.
The consensus is that the majority of couples that partake in cuckolding tend to have excellent communication and intimacy. The willingness to share your deep desires encourages intimacy and brings you closer.
Though the rules aren’t set in stone and couples can mix things up as they prefer, the cuckoldress typically takes on the sexually dominant role.
God Awful people!
Its an open relationship...truth is most women do this behind their mens backs anyway...but he is doing it too
This is pretty common. I'm not surprised.
swingers lifestyle is a choice it is not about simping, it is something that they enjoy doing, a lot of couples swap couple so it is a life style choice.
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