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Cuckquean History Anonymous 05/18/2020 (Mon) 17:35:23 No.999
With the power of baka-trips, I summon the history thread! Concerning Tales Olde and Antiquated of Ye Singuler Creature known as a "Cuckqueane" We know that cuckqueaning is older than any of us and that from time to time, we have been mentioned in writing whether fictional or factual. Cuckqueaning throughout history thread! First, some old smut. In the Bibliography of Forbidden Books, Volume 3, I found this little gem: >I cannot better terminate this bibliographical attempt, in which English fiction so largely figures, than by noticing two tales which reach me as these pages are passing through the press: Abishag; a Luscious Tale of a Successful Physiological Search after Rejuvenescence, Fully disclosing the Secret of the only natural and true Elixer capable of effecting such a desirable necessity. By David II. Jerusalem 1851. >This is a husband's confession of infidelity to his wife, and the Elixer for rejuvenescence, promised on the title-page, is nothing more than the contact of a young girl. Taking the episode of David and Abishag for his text, the narrator tells us how, tiring of his wife six months after marriage, he has connection with Jemima, his servant maid, and continues the intimacy for two years, until she gets a husband. As he grows older his power of satisfying his wife diminishes, until he seduces Jemima's successor, "a young orphan girl of about eighteen, who has never been in service before," and finds himself in a position to serve both mistress and maid. His wife compliments him on his return of vigour, and enquires the cause, which, after some hesitation, he discloses. His partner expresses surprise that such girls can have so much influence, but, being an accommodating woman, she determined to keep the secret, and to profit by the discovery. On Polly's departure to wed "a particularly well hung young butcher," she engages another docile maid, "always making a change every three months or so, as fresh girls are most effective." >The idea of a wife condoning, and even profiting by her husband's libertinism, if not strictly new, is at any rate not hackneyed, and a more thorough, less flimsy treatment than in the volume before us might have secured an attractive narrative. Only one copy is known to exist and is in a private collection. http://www.eroticabibliophile.com/publishers_carrington_a_d.php mentions the original copy of Abishag is >Pamphlet. 36 pages. Burnt-umber colored wrappers with decorative frame. Title page printed in black only. Also the page mentions that it was >privately printed for a small number of Amateurs and Bibliophiles So… >self-published >individual works initially in booklets with compilations having sturdier work >small, limited runs >created with the explicit intention of sharing work among like-minded people >mainly concerned with the erotic This is the Victorian equivalent of fucking doujinshi.
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Here's a shunga print from Isoda Koryusai, 18th century along with another very snazzy one I don't know any metadata for. This has been going on a long time.
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In The Way of a Man with a Maid (published 1908), the first girl the main character rapes becomes his willing accomplice afterwards in luring and converting other girls - first, her maid Fanny. >"But your mistress has ordered it, Fanny, and she tells me you are very sweet, and so I want it! And it will be like taking your maidenhead, only much nicer for you, as you won't have the pain that girls feel when they are first ravished and you'll be able to taste all the pleasure!" >"No, no, Mr. Jack," she cried. "Don't … fuck me." >Just then Alice came up with water, a sponge, and a towel. "What's the matter, Jack?" she asked. >"Your maid says she doesn't want to be fucked, dear; perhaps you can convince her of her foolishness!" >Alice was now sponging Fanny's cunt with sedulous care, and her attentions were making Fanny squirm and wriggle involuntarily in the most lovely fashion, much to her mistress's gratification. When Alice had finished, she turned to me and said, "She's quite ready, Jack! Go ahead!" > … (two paragraphs omitted) … >Alice, who was in my full sight and had been watching with the closest attention and the keenest enjoyment this violation of her maid, now bent forward and said softly, "She's all right, Jack! Go on dear!" Promptly I set to work to fuck Fanny, at first with long, slow, piston-like strokes of my prick, then more and more rapid thrusts and shoves, driving myself well up into her. Of course, Fanny is converted to debauchery in quick order. Alice happily lends her to Jack when he asks. >"Where to now?" I asked. "You are a pair of gadabouts!" >Alice laughed. "My dentist's, worse luck!" >"Poor fun!" I said. "For you or Fanny?" >"Me, unfortunately. Fanny will have to sit in the waiting room." >I glanced at her maid, and a sudden desire to have her again seized me. >Fanny blushed rosy red over cheeks and brow. Alice laughed merrily as she regarded her blushing maid and caught her shy glances. >"Certainly, Jack, as far as I am concerned!" she replied. "What do you say, Fanny? Will you stay and take care of Mr. Jack?" >Fanny glanced shyly at us both. "Yes, Miss, if you don't mind!" And vivid blushes covered her face as she caught Alice's amused and half-quizzing look. >"Then I'll be off!" Alice exclaimed. "Don't trouble to come down, Jack. Byebye, Fanny, for the present." After Fanny is also converted to a willing accomplice, the three conspire to rape another of Alice's friends - a girl called Connie. Naturally, there is plenty of the two girls watching and assisting in the same vein. Source: https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Way_of_a_Man_with_a_Maid
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From Behind Every Great Man: The Forgotten Women Behind the World's Famous and Infamous, we have this lovely note from Aldous Huxley's (author of Brave New World) wife.
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This one's by Kitagawa Utamaro. These sort of images were likely the artists' fancies but may have been distantly inspired by the shogun and his concubines. From Mistress-Keeping in Japan: The Pitfalls and the Pleasures: >Then everyone went to bed: The shogun and his mistress for the night in the centre of the room and a female servant behind a folding screen in the same room. This servant had to remain dressed and stay awake all night. It was her duty to listen to any conversation between the shogun and the girl and to report whatever she heard the following morning. In addition, two other women were posted in an adjoining room to note down everything that happened in the ruler's bed chamber. >This practice of watching and listening to the shogun go about his manly expressions was for the purpose of proving whether or not the ruler was responsible if his bed partner became pregnant and of preventing the lucky lady from making use of the occasion to present the ruler with a private petition or to engage in political machinations with him. From http://www.lesleydowner.com/secrets-of-the-shoguns-harem/ : >When the shogun slept with a concubine, the whole procedure was tightly regulated. First the girl had to be stripped and searched to make sure there were no weapons or notes on her body or in her long luxurious hair. No hairpins were allowed and combs had to be checked to make sure there was no cutting edge. If it was the girl’s first time, one of the old ladies would check she was a virgin. Once she and the shogun were in bed, there would be two ladies-in-waiting lying wide awake in the room, one on each side. Two more listened behind screens not far way, to ensure that the girl did not make any requests for herself or her family. >No doubt all this formality was as oppressive for the shogun as for the concubine. The early shoguns took to spending a lot of time in the bath, where there was just one cheerful low-class girl to scrub his back. Quite a few children were born to bath attendants and known as the ‘children of the bath’. Eventually the elders put an end to this practice and thereafter the shogun had to bath in the men’s palace. On a related but sadder note: >Princess Kazu’s relationship with the teenage shogun, too, was complicated. One lady-in-waiting wrote a letter home, reporting loyally, ‘When the shogun comes into the inner palace, the princess looks after him very well. She is the perfect wife and will soon be granted a son.’ In reality Kazu never had children and even refused to see the shogun off when he went to war. The day before he left, however, she gave him a present of a concubine, to ensure he had a son and heir. >No one would ever have imagined that the shogun would never come back. Not long after he left, the castle was surrendered, the palace closed down and the women thrown out into the cold. The girl whom Kazu gave to her husband was destined to be the last concubine of the shoguns.
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Just wanna leave this here LOL!
"How dare you seduce my husband...AND NOT INVITING ME TO WATCH?!"
A letter from J.R.R Tolkien to his son. Although a good Catholic, he admitted that men were instinctively polygamous and could happily beget a few hundred children, while women are naturally monogamous. http://glim.ru/personal/jrr_tolkien_42-45.html >You may meet in life (as in literature) women who are flighty, or even plain wanton — I don't refer to mere flirtatiousness, the sparring practice for the real combat, but to women who are too silly to take even love seriously, or are actually so depraved as to enjoy 'conquests', or even enjoy the giving of pain – but these are abnormalities, even though false teaching, bad upbringing, and corrupt fashions may encourage them. Much though modern conditions have changed feminine circumstances, and the detail of what is considered propriety, they have not changed natural instinct. A man has a life-work, a career, (and male friends), all of which could (and do where he has any guts) survive the shipwreck of 'love'. A young woman, even one 'economically independent', as they say now (it usually really means economic subservience to male commercial employers instead of to a father or a family), begins to think of the 'bottom drawer' and dream of a home, almost at once. If she really falls in love, the shipwreck may really end on the rocks. Anyway women are in general much less romantic and more practical. Don't be misled by the fact that they are more 'sentimental' in words – freer with 'darling', and all that. They do not want a guiding star. They may idealize a plain young man into a hero; but they don't really need any such glamour either to fall in love or to remain in it. If they have any delusion it is that they can 'reform' men. They will take a rotter open-eyed, and even when the delusion of reforming him fails, go on loving him. They are, of course, much more realistic about the sexual relation. Unless perverted by bad contemporary fashions they do not as a rule talk 'bawdy'; not because they are purer than men (they are not) but because they don't find it funny. I have known those who pretended to, but it is a pretence. It may be intriguing, interesting, absorbing (even a great deal too absorbing) to them: but it is just plumb natural, a serious, obvious interest; where is the joke? >They have, of course, still to be more careful in sexual relations, for all the contraceptives. Mistakes are damaging physically and socially (and matrimonially). But they are instinctively, when uncorrupt, monogamous. Men are not. .... No good pretending. Men just ain't, not by their animal nature. Monogamy (although it has long been fundamental to our inherited ideas) is for us men a piece of 'revealed' ethic, according to faith and not to the flesh. Each of us could healthily beget, in our 30 odd years of full manhood, a few hundred children, and enjoy the process. Brigham Young (I believe) was a healthy and happy man. It is a fallen world, and there is no consonance between our bodies, minds, and souls.
>>1425 Absolutely! Decorum and manners are important. >>1501 I don't really have anything to add except to say that I think this is a wonderful little letter.
Bump for history.
According to Socrates of Constantinople, the Roman emperor Valentinian the Great practiced polygamy, defying Roman law and Christian tradition to marry a woman named Justina after his first wife Marina Severa saw her in the bath and talked his ear off about how beautiful she was. Nobody knows for sure whether this account is true, but if it is, it's fairly easy to interpret Marina as bisexual, a cuck, or both.
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>>4810 >Justina being thus bereft of her father, still continued a virgin. Some time after she became known to Severa, wife of the emperor Valentinian, and had frequent intercourse with the empress, until their intimacy at length grew to such an extent that they were accustomed to bathe together. When Severa saw Justina in the bath she was greatly struck with the beauty of the virgin, and spoke of her to the emperor; saying that the daughter of Justus was so lovely a creature, and possessed of such symmetry of form, that she herself, though a woman, was altogether charmed with her. The emperor, treasuring this description by his wife in his own mind, considered with himself how he could espouse Justina, without repudiating Severa, as she had borne him Gratian, whom he had created Augustus a little while before. He accordingly framed a law, and caused it to be published throughout all the cities, by which any man was permitted to have two lawful wives.
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Caroline of Ansbach, wife of George II of Great Britain, seems to have fit the bill of a great historical cuckquean: >George Augustus and Caroline had a successful and loving marriage, *though he continued to keep mistresses, as was customary for the time.[23] Caroline was aware of his infidelities; they were well known and he told her about them himself. His two best-known mistresses were Henrietta Howard, later Countess of Suffolk, and, beginning in 1735, Amalie von Wallmoden, Countess of Yarmouth. Howard was one of Caroline's Women of the Bedchamber and became Mistress of the Robes when her husband inherited a peerage in 1731*; she retired in 1734.[24] In contrast with her mother-in-law and husband, Caroline was known for her marital fidelity; she never made any embarrassing scenes nor did she take lovers.[23] She preferred her husband's mistresses to be her ladies-in-waiting so that she could keep a closer eye on them.[25]
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>>4932 Reading an article about her at https://royalcentral.co.uk/features/the-wives-of-the-georgian-kings-caroline-of-ansbach-39011/ and she seemed formidable: >Lucy Worsley has called Caroline of Ansbach "the cleverest queen consort ever to sit on the throne of England". >served as regent on occasion >both intelligent and curious, vastly outshone her husband in most cultural and political aspects. So much so, that when they were crowned King and Queen, a satirist wrote about the royal couple: “You may strut, dapper George but ‘twill all be in vain; We know ‘tis Queen Caroline, not you, that reign.” >Caroline convinced the King to commune the sentence of six prisoners, so that they could be a part of an experiment. She made an attempt to inoculate these prisoners against smallpox, and when they all survived, she tried it again – this time on children. The results were favourable, and Caroline soon had her own children inoculated against the disease. In her own way, she was a pioneer in the field of medicine. The relationship between her and her King seems very sweet, too: >Sophia Charlotte was the sister of the future King George I of England. George had a stormy relationship with his own wife, and didn’t want his son, George Augustus, to go through the same thing. So George Augustus was given the freedom to choose a wife of his liking. He settled upon Caroline when, after having heard good reports of her from his aunt, he visited the court in Ansbach to see his future bride. George Augustus immediately took a liking to Caroline’s good character, and the couple were married in Hanover in 1705. >Almost immediately after [their first son] Frederick’s birth, Caroline came down with smallpox. Her infant son was kept away from her to avoid catching the disease, but George Augustus stayed by her side and subsequently developed smallpox himself. >On her death bed, Caroline urged George to remarry, but the King was devoted to his wife, and refused, saying that he would only ever take mistresses instead. After her death, George said that he had known many women, but none of them were fit to buckle Caroline’s shoe. >True to his word, George II never married again, and when he died, 23 years later, he was buried next to her in a matching coffin, devoted till the end.

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