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“My primary” is used repeatedly to denote a coupling that preceded the polyamorous grouping (typically this refers to the legal spouses, and so part of Leigh Ann’s despair comes from feeling that Megan is becoming Chris’ primary).The term “fluid bond” is applied to a person one has unprotected sex with—it’s a major plot point with Jen, who decides to switch her fluid bond from her husband Tahl to her boyfriend Jesse because Jesse hates condoms and Tahl is prone to having several sex partners.After that, the stars of the show made the media rounds, appearing on Dr.

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If these people weren’t explaining themselves to a camera, they would be to each other.

The popular Showtime reality docu-series, which followed one triad and one quad, concluded its first season last August.

In October, show producer and director Natalia Garcia put out a call for new applications, although the second season was yet to be confirmed. It's still unknown whether the new season will include any of the previous participants.

may have wrapped, but its cast members are continuing to make waves in the community. Additionally, Kamala wrote a post on her website entitled "How a Reality Show Altered My Reality: Top Ten Ways the Polyamory Series Changed my Life!

Tahl is more than accepting of the decision: “To tell you the truth, I’m kinda pretty turned on by it.

Like just the idea of a hot, sexy man ejaculating in my wife strangely turns me on.” To an outsider, these people may be “freaks” in the sideshow/reality TV way, but to anyone, they are freaks in the she’s-a-superfreak-superfreak-she’s-superfreakay way. Later in the season, Jen informs her non-poly sister of her fluid-bond switch over a pedicure and her sister practically throws up in her own mouth.

Even Leigh Ann finds beauty in the physical: “I definitely sit and watch the beautiful moments with them, practicing ‘compersion,’” she notes.

“It’s one of the reasons that I’m really into poly, because I really enjoy watching two other people connect.”Yes, "compersion": Poly jargon remains in full effect.

She’s judgmental and says, “Ew,” a lot as Jen describes her configuration and boundaries. She's evidently used to having to explain all of this, and probably amused by her own predicament that is both fun to be in the middle of an examine from a remove.

There’s something wonderfully relaxed and unperturbable about these people, especially the pod.

The complex interplay of feelings and comfort levels expands and alters as more people are added to the mix. And even as you determine how everything fits in the first place, you find yourself relating to society hand-in-hand-in-hand—a different way of presenting all together.

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