Our Loving Openness with Kitty, Tessa & Amir
(Season 2 | Episode 55)
Our Story | Our Loving Openness
[Tessa] We did an interview with Kitty Chambliss for her podcast that we want to share with you. It’s all about our relationship. Our history, our life, our loving openness. To celebrate February and our Love and Sex Month Celebration we share more about how we came to polyamory and our open relationship. The origins of our relationship and Open Nesting this week on the Open Nesters Podcast.
An Excerpt from Our Show
[TESSA] One of my dear friends moved to south Florida and started going to a nude beach. She went with her husband. They started going to sexy parties and she started whispering in my ears. She was going to these parties and finding how sensual and sexually alive she feels. And I was just open ears and excited about it.
I was always a serial monogamist. We were consumed with our kids; our sex life was good. The kids got older, busier. So we went to south Florida, and my friend said, “you want us to take you to one of the clubs?” I said, “what kind of clubs?” And she’s like, “we just dance and there’s some sexy stuff happening in the back.” We went in and we explored, women were dancing with me… and me taking off some of my clothes and feeling like I had the freedom to do that. It was such a turn-on for us that we became like high school kids again.
A born-and-raised Philly girl with nothing more than passion, a laptop and a dream, I’m proud to have created a socially conscious mission that touches thousands. I am passionate about helping people understand that they have a choice in relationships and their lives in general.
We can all CHOOSE to conduct our lives using ethics, integrity, and honesty.
And then be proud of who we see in the mirror, increasing self-worth (reducing depression, shame and guilt). And if monogamy is not working for you, you can choose ethical non-monogamy or polyamory.
Resources for You
We want to provide you with support and many many resources for your own Open Nesting Journey. Our resource page has so much to offer as does our private discussion group on Facebook about queerness and other topics of interest:
- ask to join and we’ll let you in