Cuckoldry is ignorance about OR apathy towards promiscuity[wp] or sexual infidelity[wp] committed by a female to her boyfriend or a wife to her husband. Similar apathy with regards to having promiscuous family members is called wittoldry or being a dayuuth.
A cuck fetishist is a man who approves of his wife having sex with other men, someone who engages in polygamy, or someone who is not able to sexually satisfy their partner (leading to cheating by the female). In other words, any man who is, "guilty", of participating, however abstractly, in a subversion of monogamous practices. They are pseudo-cucks, since actual cucks (in the traditional sense of the term) are unaware of it, and thus can't approve it.
In modern conservative circles in the West, 'cuck', refers to a spineless or effeminate man in general, a man who advocates progressive social policies, or a conservative who adopts leftist or pro-racial-diversity policy. A society that caved in to the feminine imperative is said to be cucked.
This usage is mainly associated with the alt-right, due to them successfully labeling the neo-con and establishment conservative opponents of Donald Trump[wp] as 'cuckservatives', in the run-up to the 2016 U.S presidential election.
Criticism of usage
However, many incels don't use this word as a pejorative, claiming the motives of shaming a lack of masculinity are anti-incel, social darwinian[wp], or somewhat misandrist as they claim that weak men will always exist and are necessary to value for a healthy society[tiw].
Quote: «In the conservative world, there are numerous harmful stereotypes floating about when it comes to sex. For starters, all men are not seen to be potential rapists but potential adulterers.» - Hestia, via A Voice for Men
History of the term
The term cuckold is all over Medieval Literature; in fact, it isn't too much of an exaggeration to say that a huge percentage of humour from this time revolves around making fun of cuckolds. Cuckoldry plays a major theme the Canterbury Tale[wp], Shakespeare's[wp] sonnets and plays, the 13th Century poem The Owl and the Nightingale[wp] to the 18th Century play "The Country Wife". The cuckold is often portrayed with horns, signifying failure and/or immoral behaviour. The humor had an element of religious shaming to it. Horns are still associated with cuckolds in the modern era; in some Mediterranean countries, an obscene gesture is created by extending the index and litter finger upwards and tucking in the other fingers and the thumb. This gesture is used to imply the target of the gesture has been cuckolded, and is thus often seen as an especially grievous insult. Meanwhile in Chinese-speaking communities, wearing a green hat (戴綠帽) is the equivalalent to cuckoldry.
Some females get off by participating in quasi-cuckoldry. This involves having casual sex with a slayer[tiw], right before dating a beta provider or right before committing to a beta provider. This leaves the beta provider a risk of providing for the child that's not his own. Lying about her past experiences with other men is another form of quasi-cuckoldry. (See also Slutting it up with the slayers[tiw])
Slayers[tiw] also get off by participating in quasi-cuckoldry. This involves hiding the identities of the females he has had sex with. Later when the females find their own boyfriends, they would be unaware of her past sexual experiences. The slayer will get off at the thought of their boyfriends[tiw] providing for them (who used to gave him sex for free).
Wittoldry is similar to cuckoldry except in relation to family; i.e. example someone who welcomes random strangers to bonk their immediate family. A man who behaves this way is a "wittold". A woman who behaves this way is called a wittoldress or wittoldatrix. The act in and of itself is called "wittolding", while its verbified form is "wittoldize" or "wittoldizing".
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