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The Multi-Dimensional World of West Coast Hookups

After a few months of living on the West Coast, I ended up getting way more involved with this woman Tide and her boyfriend Cray than I could have anticipated. As Tide put it, a relationship between two people is kind of like life in the second dimension (a lot of her theories came from recreational smoking, I admit.)  

In the second dimension, everything is like a line. There is a flatness to existence, and that can be nice because it has a simplicity to it… but at the same time it always is just what it is. The line might stay tied, or it might snap, but it will always be just a line. If one side rises and the line sinks, the whole thing snaps. If one person gets rich and the other doesn’t, it might snap. If one joins a cult and the other doesn’t, it will snap.

If they rise at the same time, it might not snap… but it will always be a line between two points.

If we add a third person, then all of the sudden we exist in three dimensions. We have a greater perception of form, and of depth. Three very different relations exist between the three people, as combinations of lovers and rivals… and beyond that an even larger entity exists that is the relationship of all three together.

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A three-way is more complex, but it is also more beautiful. It can blow apart easily, but it can also burn with much more energy and brightness. It moves from being a simple motion from A to B, back to A, into a sacred form evolving and revolving in space.  

If it goes beyond three; into four, into five, six, it can still be powerful… but perhaps too powerful for human perceptions to grasp. We only see up to three dimensions for a reason: Three is the ideal construction for lovers.

Three is the ideal, but they don’t teach us how to manage it like they do two. School, religion, and the media; they all teach us about two… but never three. They tell us two is normal and three is bad. It is against our nature, just like starchy clothes and Sunday mornings in Church. They try to steam it out of us and make us lap dogs for steeple and state.

What Tide really meant was that she wanted me, Cray, and her all to become lovers equally; to explore the sacred triad. Man to man, woman to man, and man to woman. She wanted two triads together, three triads together. Her and another woman, another woman and I, Cray and two women. As long as we kept to the principle of sacred triads we would be fine. As long as we balanced out triangles against each other into three dimensional pyramids.

As a result of this, I made love to a lot of men and women, a lot of times. Sometimes it was epic and powerful… other times just sad. I don’t know if the triangle is better than the line, but now, knowing what I know, it is difficult to ever return to whatever normal used to be.  

Also read: Free Love on the West Coast

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