Discussion in 'Cuckold Forum' started by jmarc, Jun 2, 2013.
I'd love mine to be bred if we were younger.
Hey im in Boston and am ready and willing to give it a shot
I dunno if I could handle that. But you do see more and more white females out with half black babies.
I see it every day. And there seems to be more and more of them. And i'm not saying that in a fantasy type of way either.
Every Sunday, I go to the grocery store and see atleast 5 to 6 young white women with atleast one half black baby. And that is not even counting the older white women who are with their half black grandchildren.
It's really happening, and isn't gonna slow down. It's only gonna grow.
White boys...just hold on for the ride, because our asses aren't gonna stop it.
Looks like the majority of people like the Idea. For me a huge part of the fantasy is my wife choosing another man over me, so I love the idea of her choosing to breed with a superior black man instead of me.
re: How do you feel about your wife being pregnant by a Black man?
It'd be about like ...
It depends on my excitation condition.
actually as a white man, i would really love to have a black breeding hot white wife!
I wouldn't want karen to be carrying any other mans baby , black or white .
I prefer the fun to continue as it is thanks. Uncomplicated.
Part of the enjoyment of my being with black is the uninhibited, free nature of it. Condoms seem contrary to that. I have not gotten pregnant but it's a consideration for us, certainly.
I have noticed the older my wife gets the more she craves to be filled with cum . Not sure if its her body knowing she can't get pregnant much longer so she is unconsciously trying but she refuse to let me cum anywhere but balls deep in her. Would be the same with a black bull too I suspect.
You gotta consider the "ripple affect" when deciding to have a biracial baby as a married couple. It affects everyone you, as a couple, or that baby will associate with in the future, and everyone close to you as a couple (family, employers, employees, neighbors, etc etc). There's probably a tactful way to go about this, but a couple simply choosing a partner and getting pregnant is not that tactful approach.
When it comes down to it, its really no one's business, but that's not the way society would take it. If my wife and I decided that having a black baby would be right for us, we'd probably go the "adopt" route, but that's because we have very religious, Southern Baptist & Methodist parents with (at least on my side) a father with 1950s-1970's ideas. My dad still refers to black people as "colored people" ... my wife and I always smile a bit when he uses that terminology. My dad is a very kind man, with a heart of gold, but he's only one or two genes away from being your stereotyped "Southern Bible Thumper".
If my wife was to get black pregnant, I am 100% sure neither of our parents would be understanding. Maybe she and I could run around shouting "miraculous conception" or something ... I believe my father would probably die of a heart attack anyways ... our lifestyle is a well kept secret as is. Mac
I agree it is Hot! In reality this is not for everyone and is certainly a route to take when everyone involved is mature enough, stable, and have a loving environment to raise a baby in. Family, friends, and society will always have an opinion on decisions that we make in our lives but its best to know that everyone is entitled to their own opinion. I have person experience with this matter and have 3 white couples that I know who are raising bi-racial children from living this lifestyle. The questions always comes up about family, friends, but if you really believe in something and your not hurting anyone while doing it then who has the right to judge. If your family & friends love you then they will accept which ever path or decision that you make..
I also agree with you. Please see my response to Kimber. I think there are two sides to this..
My wife cant have babies anymore but if she could i would love to know that one of her bulls planted a seed deep inside of her and she now had a black baby growing inside of her.
You could always say you adopted the baby, Baptists like that
i encourage it very much so
I like that!
I can see this one playing out ... imagine the boy that knocked her up at college is black ... LOL
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