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The San Diego group, which consists of two young and attractive 30something couples who we meet in the midst of their decision to move in together, are clearly entrenched in the New Age camp.Both families struggle a bit with jealousy and inclusion, both families are happy to jump into bed, cameras and all, and both families feature strongly bisexual women.Now I need to make it very clear that I am not involved in any way with Showtime’s polyamory show, but I do know the San Diego cast and their community quite well.And I do have a bit to do with the existence of the San Diego community in particular and the national and global polyamory communities in general.
So it is with great audacity that I dare to venture an opinion about Showtime’s new polyamory reality show.I am aware that some shows are available on the internet, but I rarely have the time, the interest, or the motivation to watch them.Most of my television viewing occurs in airports or on airplanes, where I do spend considerable time, and occasionally I visit a friend who is a TV watcher and end up on the couch in front of the TV.Lindsey and Anthony are married and live with their girlfriend.
Michael and Kamala are married and have a son together.
Contrary to what most people might anticipate, jealousy arises in the MFF triad when one of the women (the legal wife) lets it be known that she has a new (male) love interest.