I saw a sci-fi movie called 'Possessor' recently by David Cronenberg's son. Can't really recommend it to most of you due to the extreme violence and dark tone, but cuckqueaning does come up.
The plot is that this corporation uses a secret technology to have their operatives possess someone's body for assassination purposes. They have to knock out the person they are possessing to do some surgery on them first, and they then enter and control their body to go after less accessible people in that person's circle. Usually make it look like a murder-suicide. Main character is a woman named Tasya Vos who does this regularly and is losing her sense of identity. She's ordered to possess a man, Colin Tate, who is the fiancé of the daughter of a data mining company's CEO (in order to kill both). Tate works for the same company.
At one point Vos (in Tate's body) is approached by a friend and co-worker of Tate who brags about his sexual exploits and asks if he also got laid on a recent trip. Vos responds
>What do you think?
And the friend goes
>Good man. I always considered it your moral obligation to cuckquean the boss's daughter.
Later there's a scene where Vos comes home to Tate's fiancée doing coke with some of her girlfriends. One of the girlfriends approaches Vos alone in the bathroom later and says in an intimate way
>Can we be friends again? Ava [the fiancée] doesn't care; she doesn't mind at all.
So it appears Ava really is a willing cuckquean.
There are some graphic sex scenes in the movie, but none of them are cuckqueaning. In one, Vos, while possessing Tate, fucks Ava, which I guess is technically cuckolding him in his own body. Similar to >>4744
where a girl is possessed by a ghost who fucks her husband. I feel like the whole cuckqueaning-through-possession angle is a potential goldmine. Anyway, well-made movie if you can handle how grim it is. Not worth watching if you're in it for the cuckquean angle alone as it's more of a sidenote. But it was interesting to see that in it.