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Freedom from Sexual Self-Denial: Why Not Have Sex With People Who Aren

on Thursday, 01 July 2010. Posted in Media Updates

Freedom from Sexual Self-Denial: Why Not Have Sex With People Who Aren't Your Partner?

AlterNet

Janet W. Hardy, co-author of The Ethical Slut, is quick to point out that being “open” is not necessarily the path of least resistance, and that moving away from monogamy takes courage: “The difference between polyamorous people and monogamous people isn't that poly people never feel jealous -- we do. The real difference is what we do with our feelings of jealousy. 

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