Like many other people on the internet, I have found myself frequently using the word 'cuck' to describe an individual, country or company behaving in an anti-Western beta male fashion. And boy, are the memes associated with it hilarious.
The word cuck comes from the word 'cuckold'. Wikipedia describes a cuckold as “the husband of an adulterous wife.” There is also a fetish element to it, however, that's never implied when I personally call someone a 'cuck'.
YouTuber Maddox infamously made a video on why he dislikes the word as an insult and focuses heavily on the fetish element to it. This is wrong.
The fact that a man would knowingly be cool with his wife going around and having sex with other men is pathetic. It's infinitely more pathetic when there's no sexual gratification for it.
And, just like the word 'bastard' or "motherfu**er" it doesn't have to have a literal meaning.
Think of the word cuck as being a synonym for the term 'beta male' or 'loser'.
I'll give you some examples. One of the best things about the word is that it doesn't just apply to people, but companies too.
I recently found myself referring to FOX, the movie studio behind the X-Men movies as 'cucked' for bowing to pressure from social justice warriors for an advertisement for 'Apocalypse' in which a female super hero is choked by the film's main antagonist.
The country of Sweden is insanely cucked by putting the lives migrants before its own citizens and subsequently blaming migrant rapes on 'alcohol' and 'ignorance'.
One man was dubbed “Carl the Cuck” by the internet when he tried to debate a Trump supporter by using SJW talking points. This photo with left-wing loser John Oliver is a personal favourite of mine.
The Rebel's Lauren Southern did a whole video called 'Cuckada' featuring photos and clips of Justin Trudeau. Why? Because it's current year.
There's also something quick and snappy the word. It's only one letter off from the most overused swear in our language, so there's that.
Interestingly, one can get 'uncucked' by changing his point of view from a social justice narrative. Epiphanies are rare, but when they do, the internet takes notice.
So, in closing, the word just works. It's snappy, rolls off the tongue, and can apply to multiple people and things. It's not about insulting people with a certain fetish, it's about having a word for pathetic beta males.