What up lesbos?!? Hope you are all well, and that you had a great
If you live here in America and you celebrate.
I've had lots going on. Firstly, I've been busy working ALL THE TIME.
I have two writing jobs and a day job, so I am a very busy queermo these days.
On a more interesting note, I've also been
falling in love.
Which is great, but we are taking it really slow. Also, guess what? For the first time in a long time, I found a woman who shares my views on open relationships.
So, yes, as of last night, my new girlfriend and I are gasp!
We have yet to discuss, you know, the all important Rules, though, so I am not going to do anything with anyone until we have those down pat. This is a huge relief though, lessies, because, of course, as per usual, the relationship is long distance.
Now, this isn't a problem for me, because good things are worth waiting a reasonable amount of time for. Plus, I have changed my San Francisco plans to the closer and more practical gayborhood of Wilton Manors
(actual phot of gorgeous lofts in Wilton Manors!)
in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. While I wait for my lovely lady to be able to move I can go clubbing
and get to know the gayborhood.
Of course, I'd rather have her there with me. She's awesome, and the thought of being without her for any amount of time makes my heart break.
However, in the meantime, just because she is that awesome, and we are that sure of our own feelings for one another, I can have the occasional tryst with a pretty girl
without a shred of guilt. Hell, we'll even talk about it.
How you like them apples, hmmm? I know I like them quite a bit. Who needs monogamy?
At least for now, I don't. Being in an open relationship does not mean you don't love your partner enough to be faithful. On the contrary, it takes more love and trust than a monogamous relationship to be able to know that you are the only person for your partner, no matter who she shares sexual experiences with. I am glad that I found someone who feels the same. Thanks, babe!
I, for one, am
Proud to be Open.