The trope of left-wing men being effeminate beta cucks has existed for some time among users on Reddit and 4chan, but in recent months the first hard evidence has started to come to light.
Yes, this is real.
Easily the most disgusting example of this is a newly rediscovered article published in July 2015 by New York Magazine. The piece is entitled “What Open Marriage Taught One Man About Feminism” and it was written by a so-called man named Michael Sonmore.
Sonmore gets straight to the point in the first paragraph:
“As I write this, my children are asleep in their room, Loretta Lynn is on the stereo, and my wife is out on a date with a man named Paulo. It’s her second date this week; her fourth this month so far. If it goes like the others, she’ll come home in the middle of the night, crawl into bed beside me, and tell me all about how she and Paulo had sex. I won’t explode with anger or seethe with resentment. I’ll tell her it’s a hot story and I’m glad she had fun. It’s hot because she’s excited, and I’m glad because I’m a feminist.”
It’s important to note that Sonmore wrote this piece before the mockery of weak liberal men engaging in cuckoldry was commonplace and acceptable, and this makes his naked honesty all the more disturbing.
It’s not surprising to learn in the second paragraph that Sonmore refers to himself as a “househusband” – a term for a male that stays home and takes care of the house and children while his wife takes on the paternal role of working and providing for the family.
Sonmore the Cuck then goes on to describe the circumstances that led him to ponder the possible rewards of having his wife turned into a cock receptacle for willing bulls, before laying out his rationale for marital cuckoldry:
“Monogamy meant I controlled her sexual expression, and, not to get all women’s-studies major about it, patriarchal oppression essentially boils down to a man’s fear that a woman with sexual agency is a woman he can’t control. We aren’t afraid of their intellect or their spirit or their ability to bear children. We are afraid that when it comes time for sex, they won’t choose us.”
Sonmore states here that not being his wife’s preferred sex partner is both freeing and liberating, though he is careful not to categorize this as rejection on the part of his spouse:
“When my wife told me she wanted to open our marriage and take other lovers, she wasn’t rejecting me, she was embracing herself. When I understood that, I finally became a feminist.”
Sonmore then goes on to soliloquize about how his cuckoldry is a sign of “supreme self-confidence,” and how he is drawing “strength from vulnerability” before moving on to the last paragraph of the article, which is perhaps the most tone-deaf and contrived of all:
“From everywhere comes the message that what I’m doing is for weaklings, losers, failures, pussies; that if I had money and status, I could keep my wife “in line”; that her self-discovery comes at the expense of my self-esteem. My open marriage has made heavy demands on my ability to silence the voice of doubt in my head, that gnawing feeling of worthlessness. But . . . I’m grateful to my wife for pushing us to take this leap, and whatever happens to us in the future I would do it all again. And when she comes home tonight and crawls into bed beside me with a hot story about her date with Paulo, she’ll do it all again, too.”
Given the current social awakening in regards to the demasculizination and pussification of the average liberal male, it is doubtful that such an article would be published today. The left has struggled with alternately embracing and denying their status as beta cucks in recent months.
However, regardless of how leftist men may be attempting to hide their sexual ineptitude nowadays, Michael Sonmore’s article exists as a stark reminder of the true nature of the male feminist collective, and a damning validation of the accusations often levied against said men by those of us on the other side of the spectrum.