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Guilty Pleasures: “Closure” in an open releationship

I shuffled back and forth in the airplane seat, hoping the one-hour plane ride from LAX to SFO could be extended by a magic mist or rainstorm. I was engrossed in , a memoir written by my now-friend Antonia Crane, an eloquent interweaving of the painful loss of her mother and evolution of her sexuality through different relationships and sex-work. I listened to

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