In the process, they rearrange themselves: Matt's hand touches Vera's leg. The child, seemingly unconcerned, puts his arms around his mother and digs into his meal.Terisa and Matt and Vera and Larry—along with Scott, who's also at this dinner—are not swingers, per se; they aren't pursuing casual sex.Polyamory: Married & Dating is an American reality television series on the American pay television network Showtime.The series follows polyamorous families as they navigate the challenges presented by polyamory.Three theater students, influenced by a professor and French theorist Antonin Artaud's acting technique, begin to experiment with their own lives, searching for real emotions and situations...See full summary » Siff, a student in sexology, find out her boyfriend Lucas and her close friend Maria is having an affair. As a solution the two women decide to share and sleep with Lucas by turns.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.In the first episode when Lindsey returns from a stint out-of-town visibly besotted with a new guy name Kristoff, Vanessa and Anthony, but mostly Vanessa react with all the jealousy one would expect from a monogamous partner. Makes sense I guess, but Lindsey really likes that Kristoff and I feel badly for her, which is just… Family #2 – Kamala, Michael, Jennifer & Tahl Kamala is married to Michael and in the first episode they ask their lovers, Jennifer and Tahl to move into a weird harem room in the back of their house.
The four of them refer to themselves as "the Pod." Season 2 premiered on August 15.
Lindsey and Anthony are legally married to each other and are both in a relationship with Vanessa.
These three are a primary relationship and refer to themselves as "the Triad".
"I couldn't watch Kamala fake cry one more time.
The fake difficulties, in both relationships, the constant sex-- do these people ever really work?