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Default Feb 27, 2024 at 12:51 AM
How can one overcome cuckold behaviours?
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Default Feb 27, 2024 at 10:56 AM
There's an entire genre of porn dealing with that very fantasy/behaviour... it is also prevalent in the Lifestyle and BDSM world.

Firstly, is it causing you or someone else harm? Why do you want to overcome it?
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Default Mar 24, 2024 at 04:05 PM
What do you mean by "cuckold behaviours". Do you mean that you like cuckolding other guys? You like your wife cuckolding you? You want your wife to cuckold you?
Cuckolding has been around since before humans started walking upright and it happens in other species as well. Some people like it and have long term relationships while still practicing it. Some guys like the humiliation, some like the vixen/stagg- let's all join in, some like to know that their wife is getting the pleasure she deserves/ that they can't give her, some like to watch their wife being a slut. So long as nobody is getting hurt, it's all good. Whatever floats your boat.
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