"Free love" isn't about leading others on. Maybe Vurdah went in with the understanding that it was just fun, that nothing serious would come of it because there was nothing to chase. There are people who can indulge in pleasures while they wait for what they truly want; as long as the intentions are clear, which they seemed to be with all of them, it's fine. But there are also people who can't do that, who don't see the point or value in indulging when it isn't what they truly want. And that's fine too. The question for me is could Vurdah put aside the expectations she placed on Skywise and enjoy what she had with him, or did she realize that expectations were unfair and because she couldn't avoid them, she separated herself?