I think the female version is cuckquean.
Agree, without respect to the proper/historical definition of cuckold, its contemporary lexicon would really seem to hone in on the element of “consent” and a lifestyle arrangement (generally associated with the BDSM community) where the husband condones and is an active participant (in a sexually submissive role) in his wife’s (cuckoldress) extramarital relations with another man (the bull).I think there is a misperception here of what a cuckold is. A cuckold is not a cheating wife, but rather the term given to the husband who allows his wife to have sex with other men, and most of the time while watching.
A cuckquean is a wife who allows her husband to have sex with other while she watches.
Cheating husbands and wives who have sex with others without their partners knowledge are simply cheaters.
It's a label that a man has to move very far away, (another planet?) in order to escape. Otherwise he will continue to run into people who know his "secret" and the next thing he knows, all of his acquaintances know.Cuckold is a man unknowingly rising children that are not his own. He is not just cheated husband.
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The word has to do with who has the children. A woman knows a child is hers unless the hosptial messes up. A husband does not. It comes from the root of the word. From the cuckoo bird.Let me explain, because I couldn't think of a better title. A woman cheating has a title, but a man that cheats his wife does not have a title? Or maybe I am unaware of the name. Just seems to me that there is, as what seems usual, a focus on men by giving that a title, not vice a versa. Cheating is cheating. Plain and simple. I object to men having a title for it because it seems as if that gives men who have been cheated on by thier wives entitlement to extra special pain and suffering.
It's kind of a stupid complaint, but what my H's EA did to me was painful and I suffered too. It was probably the single worst thing I have even gone through.