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Sexuality While Being Demisexual, Part 1

The Dynamics of Libido, Consent and Communication in Sexual Intimacy Photo by Farrinni on Unsplash “If we all knew that we were all perverts, we might be a lot happier.”—Heather O'Neill Article Series Note and Content Warning: This is a multi part series on demisexual sexuality. Having a familiarity with demisexuality, either previously or having read my initial… Continue reading Sexuality While Being Demisexual, Part 1

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Jealousy and Insecurity, Compersion and Confidence

How Not To Feed the Green-Eyed Monster and Tell Your Brain to Shut Up Photo by Mike Scheid on Unsplash “Jealousy is a disease, love is a healthy condition. The immature mind often mistakes one for the other, or assumes that the greater the love, the greater the jealousy—in fact, they are almost incompatible; one emotion hardly leaves… Continue reading Jealousy and Insecurity, Compersion and Confidence

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Safety, Sanity and True Consent

Understanding When Yes Really Means No Photo by John Matychuk on Unsplash “To be trusted is a greater compliment than being loved.”— George MacDonald Trigger warning: Sexual trauma and rape is discussed Jennie whispered, “Yes, Daddy,” as she knelt onto the foot of her bed. She was completely nude, with a crosshatching of reddened skin across her back, painted… Continue reading Safety, Sanity and True Consent

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Polyflexibility and the Pursuit of the Potential Perfect Partner

The Dynamic Spectrum of Polyamory and Monogamy Photo by Priscilla Du Preez on Unsplash “I reserve the right to love many different people at once, and to change my prince often.”—Anaïs Nin We lay next to one another, on a picnic blanket shaded beneath an oak tree. The secluded park was beside a calm lake, a cool… Continue reading Polyflexibility and the Pursuit of the Potential Perfect Partner