Polyamory: married and dating is a cable televisions series. Watching the show and how the cast talks you are kind of taken back to the 1960s when there was so much though and talk about free love and doing what feels good. Even while trying to be laid back, passive and all about freedom, some of the cast comes across as passive aggressive in their dealings with one another. It may sound strange but those scenes are the least exciting and interesting parts of the show.
The show follows two groups of people who live in California. The interesting part is the interactions between the cast members and their lovers. There was so much more to learn about these people.
A polyamorous married couple who both have 'multiple' lovers have lifted the lid on the tangled world of open relationships.
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. By then our children were a little older.'When I first went on a date, it felt like I was betraying my husband.In western culture here in America women are not supposed to have a sex drive or desire men when we are married. It was hard to break through all of those belief systems. I started having all these thoughts and images of her having sex. The new SHOWTIME docu-series, "POLYAMORY: MARRIED AND DATING", exploring alternative relationship structures, premieres on Thursday, July 12th at 11 PM ET/PT.Unlike polygamy, polyamory is not based on any religious tenets nor does it involve multiple spouses.Kenya (far left) revealed: 'Carl's girlfriends are interesting. Kenya said: 'Carl came home and told me he was falling in love with another woman at his job and I was distraught.'He and I had spoken about polygamy - that is one man, many women.I get along with his partners who have so much common sense they don't try to push me out of my place, but for the others it is more challenging'A 2016 study carried out in the US, on two nationally representative samples of single individuals, found that one in five people had practiced polyamory. I have never agreed, I felt like if the man has many partners then the woman should be allowed to have other partners as well.'I told him if we're going to do this, then I'm going to do this too.'Carl added: 'I'd heard of men dating other women, but women dating other men when they're already married was completely foreign to me.'But the more I thought about it, I said maybe it does make sense for equality.Maybe just because I was raised the way I was,' she said.'My parents first gave me the talk when I was seven-years-old. I wasn't interested in talking about it until I started puberty.'I think unlike most kids, I felt comfortable asking my parents questions.Most of my friends could not talk to their parents, they had to figure it out alone and that is where ignorance comes from.Kenya told Barcroft TV: 'Carl and I have been open for 12 years.We enjoy it so much that we support other people coming into this lifestyle.'We deal with every kind of problem, from people cheating on their spouse, people who want to open their relationship and people who want to learn how to relate to one person.'Carl added: 'I think poly relationships are becoming a lot more common.