José Luis Rodríguez, Karen Anchundia, Briggite P. and other young persons who have been victims of infidelity, are the organizers of this cyber-movement.
“You cannot be considered a citizen if you have not been cheated on,” said Briggite, 16. Rodríguez, president of the cyber-group, explained the idea of creating this movement was to offer a space where cuckolds could tell their stories and receive advises. He never thought that more than 800 people would join the group—which was created on October 20th—. “A man cannot defend himself without horns on his head,” said Rodríguez, who is a cuckold himself since he was only 15.
On December 4th, there will be a festival where cuckolds will be able to share their cheating stories and enjoy dancing—maybe they could meet their next cheater partner there—. Miss and Mister cuckold will be chosen during the event as well. The gathered funds of the festival will be given to Fundación de la Tercera edad de Manta (Foundation for the Elderly of Manta); the organizers realized this was an opportunity to do a solidarity gesture. If the Festival gets sponsors, it could also be done in Portoviejo and Montecristi.
“Unfaithfullness has always existed. Everyone has been cheated on, everyone,” said Briggite, who just broke up with her boyfriend because he cheated on her.