CNN published an article declaring cuckolding can be positive. And they did not even take into account the cult of Keith Raniere.
The CNN piece explains that “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.”
Cuckold is defined as “the husband of an adulteress.”
But CNN seemingly doesn’t think cuckolding is necessarily bad. Citing a study by David Ley, Justin Lehmiller and writer Dan Savage, CNN notes that cuckolding can be a “positive experience” for some couples. The study notes that cuckolding is “hardly a sign of weakness.”
The ‘study’ comes at an opportune time for the Society of
Cuckolds Protectors whose members accept the fact that their wives are branded by their master’s initials near their wives’ vaginas.
But Rafael Acevedo, Luis Montes, Omar Boone, Hector Cortes, Emiliano Salinas, Federico Madrid, Lucas Roberts, Jimmy Del Negro, and other fem-male-slaves of Raniere don’t need a CNN study to know they are born cucks.