The Land of the Freedoms I Approve

It never ceases to baffle me how differently people use the same words. The current administration has demonstrated this with painstaking clarity. However, when it comes to personal liberties and the pursuit of happiness, confusion around the word freedom goes back centuries. The founding fathers wanted freedom from the monarchy, specifically for themselves and other … Continue reading The Land of the Freedoms I Approve

The Edge

Everything about the way I do relationships has changed over the past few years. Monogamy is out the door. I no longer worry if I could raise children with a potential partner because I do not plan on having kids. My sexual preferences play a much more important role. The only people I imagine growing … Continue reading The Edge

A Love Story Almost Lost

I turn 32 today. My partner was sweet enough to promise me this morning that when I soon enter the geriatric ward and start to lose my senses he will pretend to be Harry Dresden and move things around my room when I’m not looking then say it was magic. He’s a keeper. I work … Continue reading A Love Story Almost Lost

Is Dating Really As Bad As People Say?

Dating has a bad rap. It’s all over my Facebook feed. Clickbait for those who have yet to find their one true love. I’m sure because of the nature of my research Google goes out of its way to ensure I see everything anyone with an internet connection has to say about dating these days. … Continue reading Is Dating Really As Bad As People Say?

Have Your Cake and Eat It, Too

There are some really great advantages to ethical non-monogamy. For me, what it comes down to is having a wonderful man who knows me eerily well and satisfies me continuously in the bedroom while simultaneously being able to have random fun adventures with strangers. Last week I was driving back from visiting my lovely family … Continue reading Have Your Cake and Eat It, Too