"I think that sex and desire drive everything that we do."
- Slutever s01s07 (Luxury Sex)
Yep. It's up there, towards the top of Maslow's hierarchy of needs... Right after water... and before food.
"I think that dating a dude who is really concerned with your sexual pleasure is literally the holy grail for anyone."
- Slutever s01e05 (Transexuality)
^^This. Absolutely this. Over many conversations with many women, over many years, this comes up again and again.
Love this quote:
"No one," Mackenzie said, "'gives' you an orgasm [when in a couple situation]. It’s co-created."
So totally into co-creating orgasms :-)
"I Grew Up in a Polyamorous Household"
Great sub-heading (what's the bit below the heading called?), too:
"As a kid, I lived with my mum, my dad and an interconnected network of grown-ups who were all banging each other."
Vice seems to have lots of interesting articles. Not the right time to introduce myself yet, but I enjoyed this article on swinging and naturism (naturism isn't mentioned, but the writing on nudity & nakedness is pretty much the experience of naturists).
Just wandering around the Net for poly stuff, and out of the numerous articles I found, this is the one for today's toot:
Of all my international travels, New Zealand was always far and away my favorite. Its natural beauty is breathtaking, but its people and their embrace of diversity shone above all. As a Native Hawaiian, the enlightened path forged between Maori and the west is inspiring. And that it was U.S. exports of white nationalism that fueled this massacre is devastating. #NewZealand
From le birdsite
The story-oriented finance website CentSai wrote an article on the monetary costs of polyamory
I know several redditers (including myself) were the interviewees so I though I'd share.
Generally optimistic and positive :-)
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