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I recently summoned a trusted ex to a bar. It took me one round of drinks to get to it.
Or gross? Like, in bed? Finally, he began to speak. I drained my whiskey ginger. He told me the story of a night right out of Paranormal Activity. I have my own encyclopedia of nighttime horror stories. I once watched a man sleepwalk across my bedroom, pee in and around my wastebasket, and then sleepwalk out of the room. When you regard it as a sex act, sleeping next to someone is as intimate as it gets.
My body might betray me in any of ways, or my mate might study me in the dead of night—drooling, hair akimbo—and decide that I am hideous. On the other hand, I was relieved to learn that my worst sleep infraction, horrifying as it was, was an isolated occurrence or so I hope. A much greater fear is that I habitually do something that disrupts the sleep of my bedfellows: If my ex had told me I snored, I would have spiraled.
Like many women, I often struggle to balance my own needs with my pathological courtesy. The thought of someone else losing sleep on my behalf literally keeps me up at night. When I said as much to a light-sleeping friend, she nodded somberly. Because of the stigma rom-com culture has placed on leaving after sex, broaching the subject deserves a larger discussion.
Even if you really do have to get up early tomorrow, the context makes it feel like a rejection.
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