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    Free to Watch Polyamory: Married & Dating Season 1 Episode 3 Poly Lovers

    Post  kikkoman on Thu Jul 26, 2012 9:51 pm

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    Couples who seek relationships with other lovers are the focus of this new reality series that follows married Los Angeles grad students Lindsey and Anthony as they reconnect with their ex-girlfriend Vanessa, who wants a formalized commitment to reenter their three-sided romance, and Kamala and Michael, San Diego residents in a ten-year marriage with a four-year-old son and a dozen lovers, who invite another couple, Jen and Tahl, to move in with them.

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    Kamala Devi and Michael have been married for 10 years and are the proud parents of a five-year-old son. The couple currently identifies 12 other lovers - some they share and some they don't. Devoted to expanding their family, they are inviting two of their lovers, married couple Jen and Tahl, to move in with them.

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    Also, Lindsey and Anthony, are grad students based in Los Angeles who have been married for four years. In the premiere episode, the duo is reconnecting with their primary girlfriend of the past two years, Vanessa, who desperately wants a formalized commitment from her polyamorous triad.

    My first impression of the actual show was pretty much on par with my expectations. It started with a photobooth, so I was pretty happy. There was a huge focus on sex, and it seems like these people just break off and randomly have sex a lot, but it’s Showtime, so I guess I expected it. The rest of the show was hit or miss.

    The initial group, a triad, clearly had some issues with jealousy that are being glossed over and sugar-coated with rules. I want to write them a letter telling them that what they’re looking for is a house slave, not a girlfriend. I can understand having input from established partners, but “veto” powers breed power trips and resentment, and I’m not sure I would stay with a couple who required me to ask for permission to fall in love. Then to berate her and whine about her being insensitive about their feelings while telling her she had to back off from someone she loved without seeming to care about her feelings? I was angry for her, honestly, but it got serious when they showed up at her outing because they didn’t trust her, and that wasn’t the first time they interrupted her like they were peeing on her to make sure the new boyfriend knew his place. I guess it made up for it that once they got their way they were magnanimous enough to let them have some alone time. It didn’t seem to me like she broke the rules. They obviously knew this guy existed, but because they weren’t comfortable with NRE and they didn’t feel included she had to step away? Then she bothered to use logic and the same reasons they used against her and had it thrown in her face! Friends, Lindsey showed a whole lot more self-control than I might have in her situation. My tertiary concern is for the boyfriend and his perception of polyamory because of the actions of Lindsey’s partners. I’ll be interested to see how it pans out.

    The second group, a foursome, seemed to have their communication a little more worked out despite the misleading quote, “who better to learn about relationships from than someone who’s doing, like, twelve relationships”. While they admitted jealousy did exist, because they are human, they discussed it like adults for the most part. I say for the most part, because towards the end one of the women mentioned that her girlfriend was not allowed to see anyone else. I guess if the girlfriend can accept that arrangement it’s no one’s business but theirs, but it seems a little selfish and silly to demand a partner in a poly relationship not have other partners. What followed was a childish “he called me mono because he wants to sleep with my girlfriend, and I don’t want anyone to sleep with my girlfriend, but I’m the queen of poly. I just want to be special!” back and forth that broke the glamour of their mastery of communication. I admit it was really neat to watch them enter this part of their lives together. Hubby and I talk a lot about building our household, and originally I had some of the same questions and concerns, but the overall feeling has been hopeful. I am really looking forward to seeing how the household functions and how the son is incorporated, how they work as a family.

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