To Whom Shall I Give My Love?

From monogamy to polyamory to a career change — how I’m following my personal path of love

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I’ve always been stubborn about wanting to learn on my own. When I was four, I took a pair of shoes into the corner and practiced tying the laces until I finally figured it out. It took me several hours, according to my mom, but I finally made a perfect bow…

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Polyamorous and sex-positive essayist, poet, and over-thinker.

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