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I’m so excited I had an essay published in BiWomen Quarterly.  Last time, they published a poem I wrote called “how I find it.”  This essay is called “Threesome” and is vulnerable.

I talk about wanting a threesome over the years, attempts at forming a larger family, and how all that feels.  I mention heartbreak, fear, taking chances.  Please read it over there.

https://www.biwomenquarterly.com/threesome

This is a part I love.  “Maybe my spouse really is once in a lifetime – someone who walks their talk. Or maybe someone else who could fit into this family will come along, when we least expect them. Two people seems unsteady, like a chair that needs to be balanced just so.

I keep looking for sweet, trustworthy family love in the world, and people can be bewildered, when I seek that. So, this essay comes back to family, not only sex. I want to care and be cared for by multiple people, in many ways. That feels like the point of life, for me. Everything else is just messing around.”

Another part I really like: “I experience sex as an intense, vulnerable ritual that creates veil-rending pleasure. I see God in the beautiful sensations and union.”

I wrote it the night of the deadline–I’d been thinking about it and finally, last minute.  So there are a few things I would have done differently, if I’d had time to tinker.  But the truth is there.

Thank you for caring about my honesty, my storytelling, my life.

By Nest

Curious, disabled Earth Goddess, telling the truth, unrushed and inner.

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