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Reality TV is not my genre, and some of the scenes seemed a little contrived.
"Polyamory" tells a story that hasn't really seen the light of day as of yet.
I love the Chris, Leanne & Megan trio - this is just drama.
Megan needs to get to stepping, she's a home wrecker.
Seeing the triad make the commitment was just breathtaking and beautiful. Your love really shines through every obstacle you have faced - great communication, clear boundaries and excellent problem solving skills too. But life isn't perfect and married life certainly isn't either.
Something many married mono couples could pay more attention to. That said, what stood out to me and felt disturbing was how Jen almost never seemed to be allowed to be who she is.
First of all, I'd like to thank each and every one of the brave individuals who were on this show.
I've never been much into reality TV but this lifestyle fascinates me for some reason.
I truly applaud the bravery displayed by the 'characters' it takes serious conviction and integrity to be so open.
the rules and their opinions and feelings mean little to him.
Leigh Ann needs to divorce Chris and leave that ugly chapter of her life! To throw his wife out just because she sought love, acceptance and a man who actually cares is a double standard!!
There are many open conversations about love and sex, and it touches on some of the hardships associated with living an unorthodox romantic life- internal and external hardships.
I was surprised at how much was shared with the viewing audience, these are real people going through real emotions and having real sex.
The other Polyamory couples make it work due to the fact it's based on truth and honesty within their Pod. I only have one complaint, it's too short of a show. The show follows a number of people who have followed their desire to have more than one romantic partner.