Who's More Insane?
a game blog by La Kifo
Today I am pleased to bring you the first edition of a little game I call, Who's More Insane? A fantasmical, adventure down into the depths of stupidity and mental illness.
Our story today comes from the well-respected news organization known as the Independent.co. Our title reads, Cuckolding fetish Relationships: Men wanting partners to sleep with other men reaches new high.
I am a bit hestitant to start. For one, I have nothing against a good cuckold, but I always had the impression a cuckold is supposed to be funny. Maybe that is some explanatory detail into the depth of me but I swear that is how I have always thought of them. Not that they are funny, but they were intended to be funny.
It's not a blasphamis concept to like a good cuckolding but it is a bit odd no? There are so many better options at the very least throw a little habanero in the sexy time. Swinging is never a bad option, why limit this situations potiential, only allow your wife to get creamed. If the two of you are cool, cuckolding, then you must be chill with swinging because swinging is like cuckolding without the embarrassment and shame of having to sit and watch your wife get fucked by another dude.
A self-confessed cuckold has revealed how he gives his wife 'points' based on the sexual acts she carries out with other men - one of the thousands of males turned on by one of society's most taboo subjects.
The fetish of cuckolding - where men allow other men to have sexual relationships with their wives - is on the rise.
The cause of the rise isn't clear, but psychologists have suggested everything from repressed male bisexuality to men being proud of their wives’ liberated sexuality.
Online communities dedicated to the topic are booming, with Google searches for the fetish peaking this week, having more than doubled in the past 12 years.
I could have let this one go and slip right through the cracks but it was something about that 3rd paragraph that struck me. This person has no factual basis for almost entirely every single word that person wrote. How do you keep track of the amount of people participating in cuckolding? Is there a section on the census that asks what sexual aroses us? Are there some freelance scientists working on their own dime, going home from home, town from town, hoe from hoe interviewing and carefully recording all this important data? What are your sources bitch? Who in the fuck is telling you about the percentage increase of men participating in cuckolding? How the fuck do you know this?
My guess is this person, is involved in some sort of brainwashing cuckold conspiracy or the deadline was an hour away or they are plainly simple. It could be any one of those, but it is not my place to ultimately declare which one.
This brings us to the exostential question of the game, Who's More Insane?tm The person who wrote this article on the growing sexual desire of cuckolding or people who actually let their wife cheat on them without getting anything in return?
This happens to be an easy one. Cuckolding is not something I would consider on my radar or even close, but when it comes to sex I usually pick the side of not critising peoples preferences. Basically all I'm trying to say is, cuckolding wierd but not that wierd. Concocting a story out of thin air that has no real relevance to anything occuring in the world, then using a different websites interview speaking about something that has no strong relation to the topic being discussed is a lot more insane.
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