Imagine that you're in, say, a decently happy relationship , and things are going fine. You're starting to get more comfortable together in the sack , so you venture to ask your significant other if they have any sexual fantasies they want to explore. You're imagining some handcuffs, maybe, or some doctor-nurse role-play. Her now ex- husband wanted to arrange sexual encounters for her—and initially, she was game to give it a try. Permission to play around, to cheat , to have her cake a committed relationship with one man and eat it too plus hot sex with others? Sure, why not. Sometimes he'd view the action on Skype while away on business trips, and other times he would just send Stacey on her way, asking her to come back with a good story. This practice is called "cuckolding," and Stacey's ex is far from the only guy who likes it. The term is actually meant to be an insult—technically "cuckold" means "the husband of an adultress. The men who enjoy having their wives explore extra-marital affairs crave submission.
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At about 3am, his wife came back to him, expecting her husband to be fast asleep. And although she was hesitant at first, Mrs Cornudo now loves her lifestyle, being able to do whatever she wants like a single woman but with the security of her marriage and a husband who loves her. The cuckolding lifestyle allows Mrs Cornudo to feel powerful and free above anything else.
A cuckold is the husband of an adulterous wife. In evolutionary biology, the term is also applied to males who are unwittingly investing parental effort in offspring that are not genetically their own. The word cuckold derives from the cuckoo bird, alluding to its habit of laying its eggs in other birds' nests. English usage first appears about in the medieval debate poem The Owl and the Nightingale. It was characterized as an overtly blunt term in John Lydgate 's "Fall of Princes", c.