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Cuckolding Terminology

What is a Cuckold?, a Hotwife? a Bull?

There are many terms used in the Cuckolding scene which either do not exist in other adult scenes or which have a different meaning.

Cuckold

The traditional meaning of Cuckold is "a man whose wife has been publicly cheating on him with another man or men".

Some modern definitions of a cuckold are:

  • A man who enjoys the fantasy of his hotwife going out and having sex with other men.
  • A man who enjoys his hotwife going out to have sex with other men then coming home and telling him about her fun.
  • A man who enjoys being "Forced" to watch as his hotwife has sex with other men.
  • A man who enjoys his Hotwife meeting other men for sex, and sending him realtime photos or video clips of them in action.

Hotwife

A woman who Cuckolds her husband by having sex with other men:

  • with her cuckold husband watching
  • in a group situation with her cuckold husband watching
  • on a date with another man, later returning home and telling her cuckold husband about the date while they have sex or she makes him give her a creampie cleanup.

Sissy

  • A man who is forced to act as a woman by his Hotwife

Sissying

  • The name given to the fetish where a cuckold is dressed and forced to act as a female by his Hotwife.
  • This can include forcing the cuckold to give her male lover oral sex.

Cuckold Queen

  • A wife who is compliant in her fetish for her husband's unfaithfullness or adultery.
  • The female equivalent of the male cuckold.
  • The true cuckquean will be a willing participant in the sex act between the husband and the third part female and may be subjected to humiliation and degraging sexual acts by both husband and partner.

Bull

  • A male lover used by a hotwife to impregnate her to shame her cuckold husband.

Creampie

  • The sperm left on or inside a hotwife.

Creampie Cleanup

  • The oral removal of sperm from a Hotwifes body by her cuckold husband.
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