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Walking Dead Star Nico Tortorella On Bottoming, Queer Poly Relationship

Nico Tortorella - Attitude

Nico Tortorella is on a mission to dispel stigmas around polyamory, gender-fluidity and bottoming.

The Walking Dead: World Beyond star talked to Attitude for their November issue about their identity, polyamorous marriage and sex.

When asked about the stigma attached to anal sex, they said the issue resonates from people thinking that the body part is a “dirty” or “filthy” place.

“I think that is a deep-rooted issue with the body in general, whether you’re male-bodied or female-bodied,” they explained.

Tortorella, who has previously confirmed they are sexually vers, went further to dismiss the notion that bottoming “is not masculine”, saying anyone who has ever bottomed knows “you need to man the f*** up to get the job done”.

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2 thoughts on “Walking Dead Star Nico Tortorella On Bottoming, Queer Poly Relationship”

  1. I love that more people are speaking out to help educate and stamp out ignorance. Keep sharing. Even old fogies like me have learned so much in the last few years. Just by being open and transparent and even apologetic and empathetic when it was called for.

    Thanks for sharing this.

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  2. I have an issue with the last comment in this article about needing to ‘man up’ .. It’s a sad statement that someone ‘advocating’ anal sex can’t be enjoying it to much if ‘they’ feel they need to man up.. And I used the quote marks because someone using non binary terms to describe themselves isn’t that likely to use the term ‘man up’…

    For the recored – I firmly support people identifying as non binary because, just like sexuality, gender is a very fluid idea and it stuffs up peoples mental health having to confirm to sociatal norms of binary that isn’t how they feel.

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