Polyamory Deja Vu: The Forgotten Partner

Recently I found myself at a cuddle party. A consent cuddle party. One of those delicious events where “Consent is Sexy” Signs are plastered all over the wall. I found myself amused, yet unfazed by the display in front of me. A woman getting the same words on the signs “Consent is Sexy” (in Comic Sans) stick-a-po tattooed to her left butt cheek.

She looked giggled and we locked eyes. Now I was fascinated. She had the most fantastic eyes I had ever seen.

“What is your name?” I asked this beautiful angel of consent culture.

“Styrofoam” she replied.

I invited her to cuddle with me in the corner. She finished getting her buttocks tatted and joined me in the corner. One we were settled I proceeded to tell her my life story.. all the amazing travels I had, My alternative lifestyle, my numerous community projects and even repeated stories over and over.. because thats definitely not something that I do. This woman was opening up a whole new side of me..

Until…

She said.. “Hey didn’t we date like 5 years ago?”

I raked my mind for memories of ever dating someone named Styrofoam.. I could not remember that ever happening. I informed her of this.

styrofoam dancing

Styrofoam from before her name change and tattoo – Circa 2009

 

She told me that her old name was Matriarchy and a rush of memories from organizing a community that ended up turning into a different project all together came to the fore front of my mind.

We decided to try a new relationship. This time where she had a new name and new hair and a new very sexy tattoo.

I love Styrofoam.

About paxus

a funologist, memeticist and revolutionary. Can be found in the vanity bin of Wikipedia and in locations of imminent calamity. buckle up, there is going to be some rough sledding.

2 responses to “Polyamory Deja Vu: The Forgotten Partner”

  1. Gryphon says :

    Belladona, is this your hack again? I liked the one about the alien girlfriend much better.

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