You just can't make this shit up...
If other couples think that's OK then more power to 'em. I'm going to try to not judge, but wanting to be in that situation is beyond me.
I really don't care about other people's sex lives. I just find the concept a bit odd.
SMDH...I had not heard about that.
There has always been a sense of "entitlement" in certain families. But as you noted below, karma can be a bitch. I remember when people would say, "Does Rose Kennedy own a black dress?" when they wished to convey "Duh! Ya think?" in a conversation.
She buried three sons, a daughter, and a grandson...which was where the expression came from. Living to 104, that might be expected, but all died in their prime, and two, of course, were assassinated.
And Kennedy's lawyer didn't even pay her off?!? That's disgusting.
Some people must feel they have the right to do whatever they please.. AND.. they get away with it? SMH.
Is something with batteries considered a third party?
Only if you draw a face on it, name it, and hide to watch the festivities.
I was going to reply but then considered it better to keep what dignity I have left.
Too late...Bo's mind automatically kicked into overdrive! 😂
Not for me! I'm not married and don't plan to be again. So, I'm safe of that crap. You're not a loving couple with a third person involved.
Amirite wouldn't allow me to post the link above... CNN being censored for content... 😂
It's not something I can wrap my mind around.
I worked too damn hard to get my wife. I'm not about to be giving her away. 😊
Oh hell no!
Well alrighty then...
You're fine...I'd never heard that song before... Lol
That is a fun song.
HA HA HA!
It would tear me apart.
Most I would bet.
So if I follow the article correctly, they argue that that the word "cuckolding" has become fetishized into a sexual fantasy of watching one's spouse engage in sexual activity with another person. Often times there is an element of BDSM involved in the fantasy.
The authors claim to have interviewed "thousands of Americans" and found that 58% of men and about one third of women report having had this fantasy. No other information was provided.
I have my doubts about this...It all sounds a little to much like pop-culture "science".
In any case I think it's important to remember that people have all kinds of sexual fantasies that they never act on. (Nor would they want to.)
But if it works for both people then who am I to judge. Have it at.
Actually it addressed both fantasy and reality. There was a link to the study in the article.
Cannot say as I put a lot of faith in such studies myself. I just tend to post things I happen across that I find odd, interesting, absurd, bizarre, and/or funny.
Thanks for the link.
So their research is based on 584 people who answered an advertisement to participate in a survey about cuckolding fantasies they came across on Tumbler, FaceBook, Reddit, or Twitter.
Hmmm...I'm not an expert but that doesn't sound very scientific to me.
Yes, for the gay portion of their conclusions. They cite numerous other studies used, I believe, to compare the heterosexual and homosexual use of cuckolding or cuckolding fantasies...though tbh I just skimmed it, as it isn't of that much interest to me.
As regards whether the study is "scientific" or not, I don't see too many that I would consider so. And the methodology isn't much different than most other studies. They took care to eliminate about half the respondents who did not meet their criteria. That it was an online survey is really so different than a phone or mail survey...how? The number really isn't out of the ballpark for most of the surveys I have recently looked at, either, which seem to fall between 500 and 1,000...which is but one reason I am disinclined to consider most studies as "scientific".
I found out my wife was cheating on me with a woman. She is now my ex.
I can tell you straight-up that I've never had that fantasy, and wouldn't have to read the article in order to gauge the likelihood of that backfiring in a big way.
These people trying to get their feelings hurt
Maybe that's why people read angsty novels because it hurts so good
I've known couples that have brought in a third for a one-off thing just to live out a fantasy that they both agreed to try, but whats described here sounds too weird to understand. I sure wouldn't be interested especially anything to do with cheating.
I agree with your response, and thank you.
If your sex partner has a dildo..then they are cheating on you
Eh...not if they're including you.
I don't get your reply
If she is not yelling at him "get the fuck out so I can get off with my toy", and isn't excluding him or he's good with it...it ain't cheating.
if he or she or it...is playing with a plastic penis instead of the real thing...then it is cheating...not physically ..but mentally
Really? // You deign to both read minds and pass judgment for others? Well...aren't you //special! Personally, I leave other people's sex lives for them to judge.
26 years of researching the human sexual behaviors on a PHD and a NRA degree allows me to calculate certain behaviors.
No, it really doesn't. Only people's actual responses mean anything...not your interpretation of them.
That's the same thing...your just adding a new name for it