CNN: “Cuckolding is Actually Great! You Should Try it!”

Adrian Sol
Daily Stormer
January 28, 2017

This was literally the top item on iPhone news alerts: “breaking news from CNN – you should find a nigger to fuck your wife!”


The term “cuck” is funny because it underscores the similarity between shilling for foreigners and letting random nogs run a train on your wife. Cucks are despicable because they’re weak, spineless and servile, worshiping other beings they view as superiors – brown people and women.

But as it turns out, the similarity may be deeper than we could ever have imagined. People who love being cuckolded by foreigners, such as the staff of CNN, are into literal cuckoldry as well.

Okay, maybe I lied there.

It was actually pretty predictable.


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.

“Hardly a sign of weakness.”

Top kek.

Letting other men have their way with your wife is probably the absolute greatest sign of weakness there is. Can you even imagine a “strong” man accepting this? Of course not. But then, Jews and leftists are trying to redefine “strength” as being a “tolerant” floormat.

Also, Dan Savage is known to be a hateful homosexualist propagandist.

A classy guy, for sure.

A faggot who openly abhors Christians, conservatives and the traditional family isn’t exactly someone you should be quoting for your “healthy” sex advice.

References to cuckolding appear in literature as early as the 13th century, usually in the form of male characters who fear that their child has been sired by another man during an act of infidelity. Today, however, cuckolding has become fetishized into a powerful sexual fantasy for some men, who get aroused by the idea of their romantic partner engaging in sexual activity with someone else. Women also share this fantasy, but less so than men.

“This fantasy has been around as long as marriage and sexuality,” said Ley, whose book “Insatiable Wives” addresses cuckolding in heterosexual couples. “But we’re hearing more and more about it these days, and more people are rejecting the social stigma against this fantasy.”

More and more men are completely emasculated bugmen who are worried about “toxic masculinity.” It’s no surprise they’d be fine letting the world know they fancy their girlfriends getting screwed by other men, in order to signal their very progressive lack of testosterone.

No  comment.

And the emotions surrounding seeing your partner with someone else can add to the turn-on, explained Savage. “It’s not cuckolding if there isn’t an element of humiliation, degradation or denial,” he said. “Our erotic imaginations have the ability to turn shame lemons into delicious kink lemonade.”

What could possibly be wrong with “humiliation, degradation and denial?”

And these faggots have the nerve to say that all this crap is somehow “healthy.”

As a sex therapist, one of the more intriguing findings from this study involves the impact of cuckolding on relationships.

“Overall, our research found that for the most part, cuckolding tends to be a positive fantasy and behavior,” said Ley. “It doesn’t appear to be evidence of disturbance, of an unhealthy relationship, or of disregard for one’s partner.”

Needless to say, CNN has been savagely mocked over this nonsense. And not only by Alt-Right trolls, but by the normie masses.

This is a refreshing development. The Daily Beast published a similar article in 2010 which was also mocked, but didn’t get nearly the level of attention that this CNN piece received.

This shows that the mainstream has moved quite far in our direction in the past year or so, to the point where ideas that were subversive concepts that were being pushed in 2010 are now widely ridiculed by the likes of Fox news and mainstream personalities.