Polyamory married and dating tv show
After 15 years of practicing poly, one gets a little annoyed with the two part question: Poly what? I know, I know, there is no such thing as a stupid question, but there are only so many times you can maintain a sweet tone while saying “No, I’m not Mormon.” And no, it has nothing to do with Polyplastics, polytechnic or even polyester.So you can imagine my relief when the show finally hit the air and people started talking, blogging and tweeting about it.This program is a reality show which shows the lives of these people. The triad is composed of a husband and wife and their life partner, who is another female. However, they also have other lovers who they get together with. One couple has a young son, the other couple has no children. What is different about these families is the fact that they find monogamy unpleasant and unrealistic. Though these additional lovers do not live in the home with them. We live by the beach and I would not normally mind being sighted in my lingerie, but wouldn’t want to reinforce any stereotypes about the whole poly community.
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