A handsome gay couple discussed the rules — nearly broken after some day-drinking — of their open relationship. A young Bulgarian woman lamented to a friend that she hated her summer job, and wondered whether she could make more money webcamming for lonely men instead. And, after the bars let out, some gay and bisexual men biked, skipped and stumbled to a notorious cruising spot where strangers and couples looking to spice things up meet under the moonlight for an orgy on the beach. You can kiss each other and other people. When not attending orgies and polyamorous weddings, Witt visits orgasmic meditation classes, BDSM pornography film shoots and insular communities of webcam enthusiasts.
Future Sex: A New Kind of Free Love by Emily Witt – review
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A funny, fresh, and moving antidote to conventional attitudes about sex and the single woman. Emily Witt is single and in her thirties. But, as many of us have found, things are more complicated than that. Love is rare and frequently unreciprocated.