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CNN and Dan Savage Encourage Couples to Cheat on Each Other

CNN Headline: “Cuckolding Can Be Positive for Some Couples, Study Says

I have to think this is driven because the alt-right has made “Cuck” a slur against feckless politicians. So, naturally, the left has decided to come out and say that being a cuck is a good thing. Or as horrible human being Dan Savage puts it:

[T]he emotions surrounding seeing your partner with someone else can add to the turn-on, explained Savage. “It’s not cuckolding if there isn’t an element of humiliation, degradation or denial,” he said. “Our erotic imaginations have the ability to turn shame lemons into delicious kink lemonade.



  1. The 2%er marxists are idiots. No fault divorce is what we received from the 2%er marxists within the APAs/ABA since the revision of the ALIMPC in 1955 based on the fraudulent research of Alfred Kinsey attempting to socialize the neurotic behavior and associated paraphilias/delusions of less than 2% of the population to the majority heterosexual population.

    Comment by rjligier — January 25, 2018 @ 2:46 pm - January 25, 2018

  2. Maybe someone can humiliate Dan Savage by requiring him to clean offices, and clean doorknobs by licking them. No, that would be his lemonade.

    Comment by pst314 — January 25, 2018 @ 3:33 pm - January 25, 2018

  3. Oy!

    Comment by an ol exJarhead — January 25, 2018 @ 4:18 pm - January 25, 2018

  4. How Dan Savage and Terry Miller’s son grew-up sane and heterosexual is a miracle of modern parenting.

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — January 25, 2018 @ 4:40 pm - January 25, 2018

  5. Actually CNN was advocating cheating against men. Notice how they only advocate that men be cheated on – not women.
    They previously published another article that in essence claimed its ok for women to cheat on men.
    A blog has a post on it
    CNN is feminist.

    Comment by Mark V — January 25, 2018 @ 5:01 pm - January 25, 2018

  6. Yuck.

    But, by all means, live and let live — let them do as they please.

    Here, I’ll just teach my kids, boys and girls, how to avoid these relationship management geniuses, in 2 decades from now.

    Comment by Cyril J. — January 25, 2018 @ 5:23 pm - January 25, 2018

  7. Anyway. Here is for more insights:

    Why men are bailing out —

    Individualism vs egalitarianism —

    What if this rise of cuckoldness was just a logical symptom?

    Comment by Cyril J. — January 25, 2018 @ 5:45 pm - January 25, 2018

  8. Destroy the free market of things and ideas. Check.

    Destroy the judeo-christian tradition. Check.

    Destroy the parental authority. (Western civilization only) Check.

    Destroy the heterosexual couple incentives. (Idem) Check.

    Destroy the family. (Idem) Check.

    Destroy the hetero- (or, work-in-progress… homo-) couple relationship incentives (Idem) Check.

    Keep disparaging the individualism (Ongoing) Check.

    What’s next?

    Comment by Cyril J. — January 25, 2018 @ 6:19 pm - January 25, 2018

  9. Seriously.

    I believe this legal french immigrant here shares the same dream as Milo’s…

    That the anti-american unhinged left is just going to continue to derail so bad in their anti-americanism that legions and legions of true classical liberal gays, blacks, or whoever else loves this country will be finally saying “enough” as they come out of the closet and turn the tide into a serie of 3 or more conservative presidencies to come.



    Comment by Cyril J. — January 25, 2018 @ 6:37 pm - January 25, 2018

  10. How Dan Savage and Terry Miller’s son grew-up sane and heterosexual is a miracle of modern parenting.

    Do we have any proof of either? (And FTR, I don’t care what affectional preference their household dependent is or is not.)

    By my calculations, he’s still very much a teenager and thus there remains plenty of time to have a Rosie O’Donnell’s daughter-esque meltdown and a “I hate you both!” moment. I think he’s a perfect candidate for future enrollment in a Christian cult and a concurrent tell-all book [working title: Shame Lemons and Kink Lemonade: My Life With America’s Most Notorious Sex Advice Columnist]. Though I think dysfunction in children is more likely with a parent who is perpetually angry and depressed (cf, the former Queen Of Nice), I would be shocked if the Savage Love household is an alternate reality version of Leave It To Beaver.

    Comment by RSG — January 25, 2018 @ 6:59 pm - January 25, 2018

  11. In straight, female terms, this kind of idea is unthinkable. Literally meaning: we never even imagine such things! Savage has always been a door-knob licking freak.

    Comment by miss marmelstein — January 26, 2018 @ 9:15 am - January 26, 2018

  12. Marital infidelity is repugnant, especially if the couple went into the marriage and made their vows that it would be just the two of them. Trying to celebrate the breaking of vows makes the encouragers almost as wrong as the doers.

    Interesting how one the one hand relationships can’t have anything that might seem like sexual harassment, and there is now no statute of limitations on the accusations (true or not) and consequences, yet on the other hand we have idiots like these people arguing for a variation of free sex.

    It makes my head hurt trying to figure out how anyone can reconcile these wildly different views. Of course, a lot of what the collective left tries to claim and get away with make my head hurt, too.

    Comment by TheQuietMan — January 26, 2018 @ 11:36 am - January 26, 2018

  13. TheQuietMan @ #6:

    I would posit that amoral people measure themselves by their conquests. Theirs is the game of accumulation and discarding what is no longer useful to their self-perceived needs.

    I am still opposed to gay marriage as it essentially serves no societal purpose. I am not opposed to working out legal inequities for committed gay couples. If marriage does not serve a societal purpose, then the government should ignore marriage and deny it as a beneficial institution. I happen to think that marriage, the nuclear family and the traditions of morality are extremely important to a cohesive and productive society. But, so what?

    To encourage infidelity is purely the work of the devil. If “devil” is “a bridge too far” then make that sentence read: to encourage infidelity is purely evil.

    In morality, we have good and evil. Not good and bad. There is a bright line between being on the side of good as opposed to having crossed the bright line into the realm of evil. When one “tries” a grape at the produce counter, he has stolen the grape and he has committed evil. If the store invites one to taste a grape to assure quality and freshness before purchasing a bunch, that is not evil. If the store has stationed people to give one samples, that is not evil.

    Aw, c’mon. Sampling a grape? Yes. Evil. You have no right to do so.

    So, when a Fagan teaches the pick-pocketing youth how to steal, he is doubly evil.

    Dan Savage is repugnant and blatantly promotes evil. Dan Savage is amoral. Morality slides right off his amoral back. Anyone who is intellectually seduced by Dan Savage is either a naif or a proponent of amorality. But it gets worse. Dan Savage encourages immorality.

    Ah, now the conundrum: can an amoral person be immoral by encouraging acts that are not repugnant to him? Sure, if that person is in the majority and the majority controls the narrative.

    Like all liberals, Dan Savage relies on his personal beliefs and prejudices to undergird his “informed” opinion of what is “good vs. evil” in his self-created world. Dan Savage is an existentialist whose opinion guides his adversarial bull crap. Water runs down hill because of gravity, not because it “decides” to run down hill. Dan Savage operates by sheer opinion which arises totally from within his sacred self. If you disagree with him, you victimize him for being “authentic” and “brave” and “questing” for social justice and an end to toenail fungus. Dan Savage does not decide to be evil, he operates from the force of gravity produced from within himself by his own opinion.

    In former days, enough people would gang up on the immoral misanthrope (hater of mankind) because they held mankind to much higher standards than amorality will permit.

    Now we have Hollyweird, the MSM, and a culture of amorality which is fueled by opinions spread across the Twitterverse, Faceslap and social media in general. More and more people of “opinion” are snarking around.

    What makes GayPatriot different from so many other sites is that here, people back their opinions with substance. Liberals can’t do that. Their opinions are generated from their “sacred” feelings and it is not nice to attack a person’s feelings.

    And so it goes……

    Comment by Heliotrope — January 26, 2018 @ 12:56 pm - January 26, 2018

  14. The sad example of the latest Atlantis “gay cruise” is illustrative of this dysfunction. Drugs, alcohol, at-least one fatality from “party drugs” and the Gods-alone know how much STD-transmission, certainly plenty of Cuckholding and cockholding. **shudder**

    And it’s a Party…

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — January 26, 2018 @ 1:33 pm - January 26, 2018

  15. There ya go, non-white guys. Door’s wide open!! Go for it! Those white ladies (YOU DON’T OWN ME!!) ain’t interested in their guilt-ridden, self-hating flaccid pajama boys. Hahaha!

    Comment by RGB — January 28, 2018 @ 8:20 pm - January 28, 2018

  16. “of the latest Atlantis “gay cruise” is illustrative of this dysfunction”

    People just kept partying on around the dead body, but comments on other sites all are blaming the ship. I guess they expected the ship to hire a sniper to shoot anyone face down+passed out+ naked with a Narcan dart.

    Comment by Steve — January 28, 2018 @ 11:15 pm - January 28, 2018

  17. Heliotrope (#13), great comment. I wish I wrote as well as you do in these comments. I also agree with your praise of GayPatriot.

    You are right: it is worse to encourage immorality in others than to just do it oneself. I was thinking of it in individual terms: “I want to do X, which is wrong, but I won’t” vs “I want to do X, which is wrong, so let’s go”.

    I think what will help society overall is if people rediscover religion–Jewish, Christian, Baha’i, or Buddhist, for example*–or at least a firm basis for society, like Confucianism. Then instead of the feelings of the hypersensitive, loud, liberals, there is a firm morality to base actions upon. Of course, there will have to be more of a sense of live and let live than there was in some places in the past. (I’m thinking here of Puritan Boston which exiled people over religious beliefs; or the “restricted” areas which attempted to ban certain people based on religion; or Ireland, which used religion for political power purposes.)

    * I’m leaving out Islam as it has been hijacked by the people misusing it so badly, although there it virtue in it. I confess to not having read the Koran, but I doubt that Muhammad countered the Ten Commandments, and the Commandment about doing evil in the name of God applies here. (“You shall not misuse the name of the Lord your God, for the Lord will not hold anyone guiltless who misuses [H]is name.” [Exodus 20:7, New International Version])

    Comment by TheQuietMan — January 29, 2018 @ 9:51 am - January 29, 2018

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