Human Design: Open Identity (G) Centers

A Sexual Libra
9 min readFeb 19, 2024

True Detective

Recently the boyfriend got me watching True Detective in anticipation of Season 4’s recent release. First three seasons down, good show, good show. Who doesn’t love the soulfulness of Matthew McConaughey and … those dimples?

Infidelity was a major personal, character theme for Woody Harrelson’s, Marty. In Episode 6 of Season 1, Marty’s X-wife, Maggie, draws a comparison between Rust (McConaughey) and her, then, X-husband.

“Rust knew exactly who he was and there was no talking him out of it.
Marty’s single big problem was that he never really knew himself so, he never really knew what to want …”

That quote captures the essence of having a defined vs open (G) Center. Maggie (Michelle Monaghan) was personally hurt by a particular presentation of Marty’s lack of definition i.e., infidelity, so it was described as a ‘problem’ vs the morally neutral description of Rust’s nature — that he just was that way.

And, I felt that, but I’m also trying to look at it through the lens of Human Design. Being ‘designed’ a certain way isn’t problematic so, what is?

No secret and, if you’ve followed me long enough, you know what’s coming next: I have a defined Identity Center and the boyfriend’s center is undefined. So too, by the way, is my…



A Sexual Libra

I’m happily, nonmonogamous/polyamorous. I’m, here, writing about my sexual journey through the Zodiac and open lifestyle. Thank you for reading and enjoy!