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Demi Moore, Ashton Kutcher, Open Relationships and Our Public & Private Sex Lives

Anya Garrett
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When the doors to your bedroom, and what you do inside, are thrown open for the world to see; when your sex life becomes fair game for speculation, it can change everything.



Yes! I am so waiting for more to be honest and openly speaking to creative ways of full expression of sexuality between loving and committed couples! I am just beginning to explore this with my boyfriend. It "makes sense on paper"....but can certainly be challenging when actually "living into" this lifestyle. I want to hear and learn from other committed partners who have been practicing similar openness with their own sexuality. Down the road, I see my boyfriend (eventually Husband?) and I sharing our experiences with others for this very reason. However, my boyfriend also just recently lost 2 clients when he shared with them that we include other women in our sexual expression. I guess it will have to be the "Brave Pioneers" that will forge the road for all of us!


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