Wa’xami is an oath taken by two citizens to live their lives together without sexual involvement with others; they also agree to recycle together when too old to benefit the citizenry. It is an intensely intimate form of monogamy wherein two citizens agree to grow old together and die at the same time.

Waxam is not the norm. It is rare to find a subak waxamist and rarer to find a monogamous zaxiri.

Subaki forming polyandrous relationships within households containing two or three couples will remain in these relationships even after their donations have moved on to caste-training. Zaxiri often bond to hizaki as primes, each bringing in their lesser significant others, emphasizing sexual gratification and recreational friendships throughout their partnership.

Waxamist feelings are most common amongst bizaki and, to a lesser extent, Marixi.

Bizaki waxamists go undiagnosed due to their group cohabitation behaviors and highly social lifestyles. They maintain a somewhat toxic culture of sexual territoriality regarding subaki and camouflage their monogamous nature in bonds with more than one bizak, or subak.

World Oceans’ use of Generational Bluzsh allow for the weeding out of monogamous Marixi*. Divisional Officers and Cit-Guard seek sexual gratification in Genbluz with assigned pairs of sexual-counselors (no single counselors for sexual activity exist in Orta); observers flag any perceived attachment to one particular therapist and assign treatment as needed. 

*Due to the Primary’s monogamist relationship with her deceased bond, World Oceans restrictions and treatments have relaxed. Suspected waxamists must visit a citbluz for intercourse with multiple zaxiri; these zaxiri must sign a chit claiming to have entertained the suspected, thus closing her case.