Could You? Would You? Cuckolding.
Today SS Hampton, Sr joins me in introducing his new release – Sharing Rachel, a unique romance. He also explains Cuckolding which is the fascinating subject of this MMF romance. Be sure to read Stan’s bio, as interesting as any book! 🙂
Could You? Would You? (Post by Stan)
So, just to break the ice, what do you think of Cuckolding? Some of you might respond, “What is cuckolding?” I’m glad you asked.
Very simply, the basic concept of Cuckolding is where the wife (Hotwife) has a boyfriend(s) (Bull) on the side—though in many cases she belongs to the Bull and caters to his needs—with the permission and encouragement of her husband (Cuckold Hubby), who remains faithful to her though he often loses sexual rights to his wife.
As with anything involving human beings, there are all sorts of variations, including the Hotwife and Bull belittling the watching Cuckold Hubby while they have sex, to the Cuckold Hubby orally priming both for each other and orally cleaning them up afterwards, to dressing feminine and servicing the Bull if the Hotwife is not available. And often the Cuckold Hubby is locked in a chastity device unless the Hotwife allows him a little freedom.
Cuckolding is not new, though it has usually been kept out of the public eye. After all, we are a very judgmental society. But, it has been around for some time. Geoffrey Chaucer (1343-1400) wrote of the idea in The Miller’s Tale for his book, Canterbury Tales, written late in the 14th century.
Anyway, I guess the first question is, “Why?”
Well, why not?
I mean, really. What interests or excites two or three people should generally be none of anyone’s business as long as they do not hurt others.
The Hotwife has a marriage, a supportive husband, and a horny Bull(s) on the side. Once again she gets to experience the freedom, the excitement of flirting, of reliving a first date, and enjoying first sex with a new man. As for the husband, many have the excitement and satisfaction of the wife having the freedom to explore her sexuality and enjoying herself, though she always (well, most of the time) chooses to return to her husband.
There may also be elements of voyeurism, the excitement of indulging in a taboo, female empowerment and sexual fulfillment, and even health issues present. Remember Lady Chatterley’s Lover, D. H. Lawrence, 1928?
Certainly for such a marriage to be successful, honest communication is a must, along with mutual trust, and clearly established boundaries. A husband and wife who begin such an activity where only one is actually interested, where jealousy is an issue, or where the marriage is shaky to begin with, may be in for a rude awakening.
So, in the early 21st century, is monogamy going out of style? I doubt it. Certainly cuckolding has received a lot of press in recent years. Google “Hotwife” or “Cuckold Marriage” or “Bull and Cuckold Couples” and you may be surprised by the amount of blogs and websites that show up, including on Reddit and Tumblr. I suspect couples are only being more open about it, especially due to the Internet; it does make it much easier for “birds of a feather to flock together.”
The next time you and your wife are having drinks at a bar, especially a bar where there is dancing—maybe you’re not a dancer—and you notice men eyeing her and maybe she’s smiling in return, take a deep breath and ask, “So, what are you thinking?”
You might be surprised.
You might be pleasantly surprised.
The next questions that you ask—of yourself—could be, “Could you? Would you?”
After all, why should exciting, lusty adventures be reserved for the rich and famous?
PS: Just to give you food for thought, consider “Cuckolding in Long-term Relationships: Exciting and Beneficial” – Link
Sharing Rachel Blurb and Excerpt:
Sometimes people choose to live life to the fullest…
BLURB: Burt and Rachel Markham are ordinary small business owners of a feed & seed store in a small Kansas farming and ranching community. Many years before, as young university graduates eagerly anticipating exciting overseas employment, a lifetime in Kansas was the furthest thing from their minds, particularly Rachel who was raised overseas and dreamed of going back. By July 2013 their twin 18-year old daughters, having graduated high school several months before, go east to attend a university. Burt and Rachel settle into their new life of an empty house and a predictable and unchanging routine that threatens to stretch far into the future. One summer evening Burt has an idea—but will Rachel accept the idea? If she does, will the idea add new excitement to their marriage, or destroy it?
Rachel was dressed in her best Sunday-go-to-meetin’ clothes complete with a spring hat, the front brim of which angled downward as if to hide her face.
After all, could anyone really look at her face and eyes—the eyes being the window to the soul—and know what she and Burt were going to do after church? She was still surprised at his question to her. More, she remained surprised at her own reaction.
That moment on the porch she felt a sudden thrill at the idea of taking another man, a stranger, as a bull, or even as a simple one-night stand if things didn’t work out. Everything she had been taught about the sanctity of marriage, of a husband and wife belonging only to each other, flew out the proverbial window. The idea of Burt watching her and a stranger fucking, and her idea of him photographing them, was an incredible turn on for her, and she wasn’t sure why. Perhaps at heart she was an exhibitionist?
Her marriage to Burt was a good marriage, though a little rocky at first when she found herself settling into a farmhouse on the Kansas prairie rather than living in Europe. She was a good wife and a good mother. Her mother was proud of her, and her mother-in-law loved her. Their neighbors and customers respected and liked her, as did the school staff and students, and the church leadership and congregation. She was the epitome of respectability in a small community, and now she was preparing to risk everything. In a way that too was exciting.
Or was she risking her marriage? Burt suggested the idea and she had his support—so far. Their marriage was stable and there were no strains that could break it up. Besides, fucking and lovemaking were two very different things. Why couldn’t she have a horny bull and a loving husband?
Rachel sighed and with some difficulty refocused on the service.
Bible study had gone well though she found it a little hard to focus, and the church service seemed to last longer than usual. She knew it was because of her desire to go home and get to work finding a sex site on which to post an advertisement for a bull, and everything associated with it. She sighed again, realizing she couldn’t focus on the service.
She snuck a peek at the surrounding men and women as the congregation rose to sing the final hymn and ushers passed long handled collection plates along the pews. How many of the congregation were as kinky as she and Burt were planning to be? Outwardly they were hard working, no-nonsense farmers and ranchers. But inwardly? What secrets did they harbor about their past and present, and maybe future?
Rachel looked at her husband who stood with hymn book in hand, singing unashamedly though he couldn’t carry a note. She studied his cheeks, the angle of his nose and his chin—the strong, stubborn physical that she knew so well after twenty one years of marriage.
Her husband would help her choose a bull…
Stan Hampton, Sr. is a full-blood Choctaw of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, a divorced grandfather to 13 wonderful grandchildren, and a published photographer and photojournalist. He retired on 1 July 2013 from the Army National Guard with the rank of Sergeant First Class; he previously served in the active duty Army (1974-1985), the Army Individual Ready Reserve (1985-1995) (mobilized for the Persian Gulf War), and enlisted in the Nevada Army National Guard in October 2004, after which he was mobilized for Federal active duty for almost three years. Hampton is a veteran of Operations Noble Eagle (2004-2006) and Iraqi Freedom (2006-2007) with deployment to northern Kuwait and several convoy security missions into Iraq.
He has had two solo photographic exhibitions and curated a third. His writings have appeared as stand-alone stories and in anthologies from Dark Opus Press, Edge Science Fiction & Fantasy, Melange Books, Musa Publishing, MuseItUp Publishing, Ravenous Romance, and as stand-alone stories in Horror Bound Magazine, The Harrow, and River Walk Journal, among others.
In May 2014 he graduated from the College of Southern Nevada with an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Photography – Commercial Photography Emphasis. A future goal is to study for a degree in archaeology—hopefully to someday work in and photograph underwater archaeology (and also learning to paint). He is currently enrolled as an art student at University of Nevada-Las Vegas.
After 14 years of brown desert in the Southwest and overseas, he misses the Rocky Mountains, yellow aspens in the fall, running rivers, and a warm fireplace during snowy winters.
As of April 2014, after being in a 2-year Veterans Administration program for Homeless Veterans, Hampton is officially no longer a homeless Iraq War veteran.
Hampton can be found at:
Dark Opus Press
Edge Science Fiction & Fantasy Publishing
Amazon.com Author Page
Amazon.com. UK Author Page
Goodreads Author Page