It was posted by Taryn Hillin.
Here is her short biography from HP:
Taryn graduated from Yale in 2007 and is the Associate Editor of Huffington Post Weddings and Huffington Post Divorce. Besides writing for The Huffington Post she is also a screenwriter and recently released her debut YA novel, "The Imati." She also likes dogs and popcorn.
Taryn titled her article:
"This Is What It Really Means To Love Someone Unconditionally"
Before I continue, let me warn you that what you are about to see is heart-wrenching.
These are strong words, especially coming from a man.
These are strong words, considering I am an incredibly pragmatic, unsentimental, stoic, utilitarian man and I treat life with a piercingly objective sense of reality......just ask my partner, my friends and my ex-wives.
These are strong words, considering I am a man talking about a poem.
In my opinion this man is a creative "genius."
I won't know how much until the time comes, but I know now, that I have been changed by this man's words.
Here's how Taryn introduced the video in her own words:
"It can be difficult to fathom what "unconditional love" truly means.
Thanks to Jesse Parent's performance of "Hotbox Love" during the 2014 National Poetry Slam, we now have a much better understanding.
Quite unromantically, "Hotbox" refers to the act of farting under the sheets -- an occurrence lovers and spouses know all too well -- but Parent's message goes much deeper than simply being comfortable enough to pass gas. It's a hilariously beautiful metaphor we should all take to heart..............."
Please take a few minutes to watch this video that was posted to YouTube in August.
Watch the entire performance....it's worth it.
If you react like me, you will want to spread this video around the planet.