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Today’s story about polyamory (that’s where people openly have more than one relationship at once and sometimes live with more than person to whom they’re attached romantically) made me think. With social scientists such as Helen Fisher and Esther Perel openly discussing the reasons we cheat, the idea of being open and honest about it isn’t unattractive – at least in theory.
Having a choice of who to sleep with sans guilt is intriguing (polyamorists usually tell each other about their flings too). But in practice – for me at least – I think it would deliver an old-fashioned buffet of jealousy and favouritism rather than sexual variety. Would you do it? Tweet me @HealthistaTV and @AnnaMagee
Sexual pleasure is a wellbeing issue at Healthista.com and we have discovered two female stimulating gadgets that you can use solo or with your partner to increase yours