GQ: The Case For Being A Cuck
According to GQ, women find submissive cucks highly desirable:
“If you are totally unfamiliar with the term cuck and are wondering why someone just ALL CAPS SHOUTED that you are one on Twitter, well, it’s the alt-right’s favorite insult for men who are not members of the alt-right. The term is derived from porn, wherein white husbands watch their wives or girlfriends have sex with (generally) black men. If you wonder why the prospect of your wife having sex with another man would be more humiliating if that man were black, well, congratulations; you’re not a racist. …
If you’re a cuck, that means you’re doing something that indicates you have basic human empathy. Maybe you suggested that women should be able to make reproductive choices for themselves. Maybe you stood up for a member of a religious minority. Maybe you helped make sure a kid got to a bathroom they felt comfortable in.
Any one of those is the action of a man who cares about people. The action of a cuck who also seems like he might be someone we’d have mutually satisfying sex with. And also maybe someone to marry and raise little cucks with, if interests align and things work out down the road.
You know what men described as cucks used to be called? Decent. Desirable. Thoughtful. Kind. If those qualities now qualify as an insult, then the problem isn’t with them. It’s with America.”
This is what they really want in romance novels though:
— RAMZPAUL (@ramzpaul) March 10, 2017