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Willow Smith Comes Out As Polyamorous, Can’t See Herself Having Over Two Partners

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Apr. 29 2021, Published 9:49 a.m. ET

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Willow Smith has come out as polyamorous and opened up about how she sees her relationships.

On the April 28 episode of Red Table Talk with her mother, Jada Pinkett Smith, and grandmother, Adrienne Banfield-Norris, the 20-year-old co-host said, “I honestly couldn't see myself going past two outside of myself.”

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Polyamory is defined as the practice of engaging in multiple romantic relationships with the consent of everyone who is involved.

“Let's say you haven't always been the person wanting sex all the time, but your partner is. Are you going to be the person to say, 'Just because I don't have these needs, you can't have them either?’” she explained on the Facebook Watch show.

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“That's one of the reasons why I was interested in poly because I was introduced to it through kind of a nonsexual lens,” she continued, noting, “In my friend group, I'm the only polyamorous person and I have the least sex out of all of my friends.”

Smith also said marriage probably isn't in her future and the concept and history of it “really irks” her.

“Just the history of marriage as a whole and what it has represented over the years, for women in particular,” she said. “I feel like the only way that I would get married is — let's say me and my partner or partners wants to help people, and we need to put our finances together in order to make that vision happen — that's the only way I could see myself getting married.”



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