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” But with myalgic encephalomyelitis (also called chronic fatigue syndrome), a rare condition that can make daily tasks impossible, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), Layla is often too fatigued to be sexual.“I can be stuck in bed for six weeks unable to do anything,” she explains. “My girlfriend often lies in bed beside me while I hold her and she masturbates with a vibrator, or my boyfriend and girlfriend sext me when they are having sex at home (I live separately to them) and include me, telling me what they want to do when I’m well enough again.” Living with a chronic condition is no easy feat.“Dan Savage said that in a long-term, monogamous relationship, ‘You have to be whores for each other,’ and I’m in total agreement with that.”Layla* is polyamorous and lives with chronic health conditions.She’s in a full-time relationship with a married couple.Donora and Andrew have clearly found a way to be monogamous and sexually successful together through communication and understanding.“We are very willing to be open and accepting to anything and everything about each other, and I think that’s most important,” Donora says.She goes on to say that she looks for partners who pay attention to her whole body.

This is when someone is romantically involved with more than one person at the same time.Being the youngest girl in a “very Southern religious black family,” she grew up with sex being taboo.In college, Chelsea was able to explore her queer identity.She finds sex has definitely changed throughout her life, noting, “I’ve only just turned 40, but it feels so different to my teens, 20s, or 30s.I feel like I know my body much better.” Since she grew up before the internet, Layla had no idea polyamorous relationships existed.

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