At the outset these youngsters seem super free and easy, but it becomes clear very quickly that the dynamics of poly can be even more complex and rigid than monogamy.
It certainly isn’t the free-for-all, booty fest I assumed it to be. They all have sex with other approved partners, but Lindsey was throwing off, “new relationship energy,” which is only acceptable when all the members of The Triad agree to bring a new person into the family.
These guys are all about “spiritual connections” and looking into each others’ eyes and shit and honestly their sexy-time interactions are some of the most uncomfortable I’ve ever seen.
Kamala and Tahl have a “deep connection” (if you know what I mean, makes Jen uncomfortable, but for whatever reason – she keeps going along. Tracy lives in a tiny, blue house with her dude, her dogs and her cat.
Family #1 – The Triad: Anthony, Lindsey & Vanessa Anthony, who spends much of the first three episodes dressed as Tony Manero from Saturday Night Fever is married to Lindsey and together they are girlfriends with Vanessa.
It is something that you cannot seem to turn away from. Even if at the same time you find the whole set up a bit out of your comfort zone. Often a viewer is left wondering if people really talk like this.
Showtime’s new reality docu-series, Polyamory: Married & Dating is a total mind-frak.
DJs paid tribute by playing his music on the dance floor where patrons busted moves and shed some tears.
A somewhat surreal scene, which Bowie would no doubt have appreciated.