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(Daily Mail)   Heather has two mommies, and a daddy, and a nightly threesome in the room next door, and lots of therapy later on in life   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 129
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2013-11-26 07:00:01 PM
Yes, this is absolutely real and not at all related to at least one of them trying to sell herself as a sex coach and author.
 
2013-11-26 07:14:46 PM

Pocket Ninja: Yes, this is absolutely real and not at all related to at least one of them trying to sell herself as a sex coach and author.


Go venture into tfd sometime. Poly tails everywhere
 
2013-11-26 07:18:28 PM

Pocket Ninja: Yes, this is absolutely real and not at all related to at least one of them trying to sell herself as a sex coach and author.


Bingo.
 
2013-11-26 08:02:57 PM
i.dailymail.co.uk
And that's when Devin suddenly found his pants fitting awfully funny. He later traced the years of therapy he required to this very moment.
 
2013-11-26 08:04:29 PM
Who Heather? I hope it's not their son. For that alone he might need therapy.
 
2013-11-26 08:05:03 PM
I like the picture of the kid reading on the bed with the two women wearing nightwear. Lucky little dude.
 
2013-11-26 08:08:04 PM

Prank Call of Cthulhu: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x328]
And that's when Devin suddenly found his pants fitting awfully funny. He later traced the years of therapy he required to this very moment.



And what's with the open electrical socket just behind the bed? That's the biggest danger to the child in that picture......
 
2013-11-26 08:09:21 PM

Cheesdog: And what's with the open electrical socket just behind the bed?


Kid probably spanks it so hard the bed is slamming into the wall constantly and knocking the plate off.
 
2013-11-26 08:10:12 PM
Don't worry. JD will end the tyrannical rule of that biatch
 
2013-11-26 08:11:44 PM
If it works for their family, then good for them. There are lots of traditionally married couple who can't even take care of a single kid, and people want to force everyone to stick to traditions? Being a family is not about being traditionally married. Being a family means that no matter who you are with, there is love and strong bonds that connect you. It goes beyond financial or sexual needs. Remember that traditions, marriage, and all of these ceremonies are just man-made. There is no magic behind them that would supernaturally strengthen your relationship with your partner. Love, commitment, trust, and everything else that makes a relationship work, no matter who or what is involved, comes from the person him/herself.

You don't love or stay with a person just because you are married or you performed some kind of ceremony. You stay with a person or a group of people and consider them family because you sincerely feel that you love them.
 
2013-11-26 08:13:15 PM

Cheesdog: And what's with the open electrical socket just behind the bed? That's the biggest danger to the child in that picture......


That looks so much like a hastily constructed porn set. The electrical outlet is the least of my problems with that image...
=Smidge=
 
2013-11-26 08:13:40 PM

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2013-11-26 08:14:39 PM
I dunno. I have a couple friends I've known since high school, with 3 kids that are teens now. They've been in a poly relationship for years. Kids seem pretty well adjusted (well by female teenager standards anyway). I think the only people that get bent out of shape are the Fundies and other judgemental people
 
2013-11-26 08:15:26 PM
My eyes!
 
2013-11-26 08:15:39 PM

Smidge204: That looks so much like a hastily constructed porn set.


Two Girls One Tot.
 
2013-11-26 08:17:15 PM
My cousin Ricky had two mommies, and a deadbeat dad, and an Irish setter that only responded to Spanish commands, and a neighbor girl who could lick her elbows, and a steam powered dildo, and a Croatian live in nanny with a limp. And he ended up burning down that orphanage and pinning it on Pilar, so I don't agree with gay marriage.
 
2013-11-26 08:19:00 PM
I have known a few swingers in my life, or people in the 'lifestyle' as they call it, including some threesome relationships like this.  On the surface you think wow, what a lucky dude, all that sex.

In real life it gets old real fast.  Nothing but drama, drama, drama.  Life is much more peaceful when you can drive home to your own place after a night of fun.
 
2013-11-26 08:19:07 PM

GreenSun: If it works for their family, then good for them. There are lots of traditionally married couple who can't even take care of a single kid, and people want to force everyone to stick to traditions? Being a family is not about being traditionally married. Being a family means that no matter who you are with, there is love and strong bonds that connect you. It goes beyond financial or sexual needs. Remember that traditions, marriage, and all of these ceremonies are just man-made. There is no magic behind them that would supernaturally strengthen your relationship with your partner. Love, commitment, trust, and everything else that makes a relationship work, no matter who or what is involved, comes from the person him/herself.

You don't love or stay with a person just because you are married or you performed some kind of ceremony. You stay with a person or a group of people and consider them family because you sincerely feel that you love them.


fanbladesaresharp: I dunno. I have a couple friends I've known since high school, with 3 kids that are teens now. They've been in a poly relationship for years. Kids seem pretty well adjusted (well by female teenager standards anyway). I think the only people that get bent out of shape are the Fundies and other judgemental people


Both of these. Pull that stick out of your ass, subby.
 
2013-11-26 08:21:32 PM
I say we go with big blue here.
 
2013-11-26 08:24:49 PM
Big farking deal... Why do people get bent out of shape if people want to sleep with more than 1 person in a committed long term relationship? As long as they're not making the kid watch while they bump uglies, I don't give a shiat...

Why does this matter when they still haven't made weed legal everywhere?
 
2013-11-26 08:25:00 PM
After watching Sister Wives on TLC, I have to agree that love and family are far more important than a one man:one woman household. It's not for me, but as long as they're well-adjusted and loving and nurturing parents, so be it.
 
2013-11-26 08:25:55 PM
[I'mOKwiththisjpeg]
 
2013-11-26 08:27:19 PM
Almost got into an arrangement similar to this but I am not that into sharing and I own lots of guns.
 
2013-11-26 08:28:54 PM

Darkviking: I have known a few swingers in my life


Swinging and Polyamory are two different things.
 
2013-11-26 08:30:04 PM
Eh, one of the kids in my sister's Brownie Troop lives an "alternative lifestyle." She has multiple dads and multiple moms. It's no big deal to her, and nobody treats her any differently.
 
2013-11-26 08:31:11 PM
The Mail buried the lead, as usual:  somewhere, there's a man out there keeping more than one woman happy.   At the same time, I mean.
 
2013-11-26 08:32:32 PM
img.fark.net
 
2013-11-26 08:34:54 PM
I am going to TF gift everyone who makes me laugh and/or gets really offended in this thread. Fifty dollar limit
/bored
//buzzed
///gotta kick my wife off the computer
 
2013-11-26 08:40:04 PM

Holy Carp: I am going to TF gift everyone who makes me laugh and/or gets really offended in this thread. Fifty dollar limit
/bored
//buzzed
///gotta kick my wife off the computer


If you were Heather's dad you'd have to kick your wife off the computer and then your girlfriend.
 
2013-11-26 08:41:02 PM

spidermann: Darkviking: I have known a few swingers in my life

Swinging and Polyamory are two different things.



Yeah, I understand, I have seen both.  Rarely does it work in the long term, but if it does for them then more power to them.

/of course how many relationships work in the long term anyway these days
//currently single
///slashies
 
2013-11-26 08:41:40 PM
And who knows, when she turns 18 maybe they can bring her into the bedroom activities... Spice it up a bit...
 
2013-11-26 08:41:46 PM

Bareefer Obonghit: Holy Carp: I am going to TF gift everyone who makes me laugh and/or gets really offended in this thread. Fifty dollar limit
/bored
//buzzed
///gotta kick my wife off the computer

If you were Heather's dad you'd have to kick your wife off the computer and then your girlfriend.


I'm now officially against polywhatever
 
2013-11-26 08:43:44 PM

Holy Carp: I am going to TF gift everyone who makes me laugh and/or gets really offended in this thread. Fifty dollar limit
/bored
//buzzed
///gotta kick my wife off the computer


That last picture in TFA of the whole group of people reminds me of those poor Real Sex episodes where you just switch over to watch Under Seige 2 for the umpteenth time instead......
 
2013-11-26 08:44:29 PM
Due to the fact that there is nothing wrong with Poly relationships, and due to the fact that it is natural ... unlike Mono relationships .... this is not news.
 
2013-11-26 08:44:32 PM
There is a huge difference between swingers and polygamy. Polygamy has, historically, led to some real bad shiat. Such as affluent males taking many wives, leading to young, sexually frustrated males. That is never good.
 
2013-11-26 08:44:58 PM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: After watching Sister Wives on TLC, I have to agree that love and family are far more important than a one man:one woman household. It's not for me, but as long as they're well-adjusted and loving and nurturing parents, so be it.


This statement is true, but it could also be construed by dummies as to mean the two are somehow mutually exclusive. I agree with you. It's nice to see people living the way they want but I'm not looking forward to the poly vs mono rhetoric we're going to get as this gets bigger and more accepted. Necessary, I guess. But I'm already on board with people living how they want and people are going to tell me to get "over myself" or something just because I choose to stay mono I know it.
 
2013-11-26 08:46:31 PM

Pocket Ninja: Yes, this is absolutely real and not at all related to at least one of them trying to sell herself as a sex coach and author.


Since it is the Daily Mail, it is a safe bet that they don't even exist.
 
2013-11-26 08:48:00 PM
More than one wife.... I don't get it.

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2013-11-26 08:48:36 PM

Holy Carp: Bareefer Obonghit: Holy Carp: I am going to TF gift everyone who makes me laugh and/or gets really offended in this thread. Fifty dollar limit
/bored
//buzzed
///gotta kick my wife off the computer

If you were Heather's dad you'd have to kick your wife off the computer and then your girlfriend.

I'm now officially against polywhatever


Ha! That would clearly be the biggest downside...

I'm just officially against Heather. That lucky b*tch with her hot mommies.
 
2013-11-26 08:49:41 PM
I don't really have an opinion on polyamory, but the dude in TFA is creep level 9.
 
2013-11-26 08:52:07 PM
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2013-11-26 08:53:32 PM

Fafai: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: After watching Sister Wives on TLC, I have to agree that love and family are far more important than a one man:one woman household. It's not for me, but as long as they're well-adjusted and loving and nurturing parents, so be it.

This statement is true, but it could also be construed by dummies as to mean the two are somehow mutually exclusive. I agree with you. It's nice to see people living the way they want but I'm not looking forward to the poly vs mono rhetoric we're going to get as this gets bigger and more accepted. Necessary, I guess. But I'm already on board with people living how they want and people are going to tell me to get "over myself" or something just because I choose to stay mono I know it.


Exactly, look two comments up, some moron claiming that polygamy is "natural" while monogamy isn't.

If you're emotionally and mentally stable enough to raise children in a non-traditional family structure, go for it. But when you start suggesting that it's the superior way to live for everyone, you can take your freakshow and go fark yourself.
 
2013-11-26 08:54:57 PM
This will work until any given woman decides she has no chance at becoming the queen bee.
 
2013-11-26 08:56:58 PM
Kamala Devi and Michael McClure, aged 38 and 49 respectively, swore off monogamy from day one. They have up to a dozen different lovers each - some to themselves and some who they share.

And their lovers also have multiple lovers. But it's all good, nobody will get unsavory skin diseases from this.


Ms Devi and Mr McClure say the three rules they live by are, 'safe sex', 'no drama' and 'honesty'.
'That first rule is really about making sure that we've created the space to have the conversation,' Ms Devi explained.


Hm, 'safe sex' is really about 'the conversation' to them. Okay, so no HIV outbreaks on the horizon either, I see.

IMHO, if you need to state 'no drama' as a rule, something is not emotionally healthy about the situation.
In deep, loving, long-term relationships, 'drama' surfaces from time to time. People get upset, raise their voices, require help sorting out their feelings. In good relationships, partners oblige, listen, negotiate, even take time out from other activities (within reason). In bad relationships, the hurt person is dismissed as being 'no fun' anymore. Sorry lover, but those feelings are against the rule!

Illustration:  http://xkcd.com/1124/   http://xkcd.com/592/
 
2013-11-26 08:57:16 PM

Shannara: unlike Mono relationships


Thanks for calling my relationship unnatural, dumbass.
 
2013-11-26 08:59:13 PM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Fafai: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: After watching Sister Wives on TLC, I have to agree that love and family are far more important than a one man:one woman household. It's not for me, but as long as they're well-adjusted and loving and nurturing parents, so be it.

This statement is true, but it could also be construed by dummies as to mean the two are somehow mutually exclusive. I agree with you. It's nice to see people living the way they want but I'm not looking forward to the poly vs mono rhetoric we're going to get as this gets bigger and more accepted. Necessary, I guess. But I'm already on board with people living how they want and people are going to tell me to get "over myself" or something just because I choose to stay mono I know it.

Exactly, look two comments up, some moron claiming that polygamy is "natural" while monogamy isn't.

If you're emotionally and mentally stable enough to raise children in a non-traditional family structure, go for it. But when you start suggesting that it's the superior way to live for everyone, you can take your freakshow and go fark yourself.


The Moon is a Harsh Mistress
 
2013-11-26 09:03:14 PM
www.owned.lv
 
2013-11-26 09:03:22 PM

machoprogrammer: There is a huge difference between swingers and polygamy. Polygamy has, historically, led to some real bad shiat. Such as affluent males taking many wives, leading to young, sexually frustrated males. That is never good.


And that difference is mostly the importance that society places on marriage and exclusively-defined relationships. It's not the relationships themselves that pose a problem (hence swinging not posing a problem), it's the fact that they aren't allowed to co-exist with other, similar relationships.
 
2013-11-26 09:04:11 PM

farkingismybusiness: [www.owned.lv image 611x249]


Now that's funny....
 
2013-11-26 09:06:07 PM

gblive: More than one wife.... I don't get it.

[imgc.allpostersimages.com image 473x473]


For polyamory, consider polyarmory.
 
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