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This gives me some sexual variety and keeps her from feeling threatened by my becoming emotionally involved with a third party.For one example: An ethically nonmonogamous woman fucks the boyfriend/husband she loves and other guys she doesn't; a poly woman has two (or more) guys she both loves and fucks.I have two complaints: one with the world and one with you.So I go down on her, she doesn't go down on me, and I see escorts who do. It Works For Us In regards to your first complaint, IWFU, there are sex workers out there fighting for their rights and fighting the stigma against sex work—along with fighting prohibition, the Nordic Model, and SESTA (google it)—but you don't see the men who employ them stepping up and joining the fight."[It's time for] all of you clients out there [to] get off your duffs and fight," as sex worker and sex-worker-rights advocate Maggie Mc Neill wrote on her blog.