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Book details
  • Genre:BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY
  • SubGenre:Personal Memoirs
  • Language:English
  • Pages:192
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9780578961897

Let Me Fuck Your Husband

Healing Black Relationships Through Consensual Non-monogamy

by Sahar Taylor

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Overview
Monogamy is for some, but it isn't for everyone. This memoir offers an unconventional approach to healing Black love through non-monogamous unions such as swinging, polyamory, and open relationships. This book offers readers a very tantalizing and seductive peak into non-monogamous culture, while offering suggestions on how to enter the Lifestyle. Join the author on her journey as she discovers her sexuality through her intimate experiences in the world of non-monogamy.
Description
Monogamy is for some, but it isn't for everyone. This memoir offers an unconventional approach to healing Black love through non-monogamous unions such as swinging, polyamory, and open relationships. This book offers readers a very tantalizing and seductive peak into non-monogamous culture, while offering suggestions on how to enter the Lifestyle. Join the author on her journey as she discovers her sexuality through her intimate experiences in the world of non-monogamy. Many Black people miss opportunities to restructure, rebuild, and ultimately save their failing relationships because of misconceptions and a lack of knowledge about sexual freedom. This way of thinking creates barriers to the success of Black relationships and prevents them from achieving sexual freedom which is at the core of non-monogamy. To become sexually free, one must have an open mind and be willing to challenge his/her current views on sex and love. The irony of it all is that many traditional, monogamous partners may already be participating in non-monogamous relationships without their consent. Cheating continues to be one of the top three reasons many marriages end in divorce and two-thirds of people admit to cheating before and during their relationships. Non-monogamy can be a cure to the pain so many endure from the tribulations of infidelity. The idea of consensual non-monogamy is that all partners consent to sexual and/or emotional connections outside of the primary relationship. Many have found that consenting to extra partners for emotional and/or sexual support, helps to strengthen their bond and creates a more fulfilling and sexually gratifying relationship.
About the author
Sahar Taylor's first memoir "Let Me Fuck Your Husband" offers a glimpse into non-monogamy & the "Lifestyle" culture. Although this way of life is taboo to many, millions of people like herself choose to defy social norms pertaining to love, sex, & sexuality. This is her-story. Taylor, a Philadelphia native, is a nurse, a mother, and an advocate for sex positivity. She believes sexual freedom is the key to healthy & fulfilling relationships. She looks forward to sharing her wisdom with the world through her books, podcast & exclusive "Lifestyle" events catering to the Black experience.
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