“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.
“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).
It’s like a Rubik’s Cube.” As he says the last sentence, there is a shot of him on all fours apparently being humped from behind by one of his women.
Even Leigh Ann finds beauty in the physical: “I definitely sit and watch the beautiful moments with them, practicing ‘compersion,’” she notes.
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.
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.
Their lovers, Jen and her husband Tahl, have been living with Michael and Kamala for about a year, nearly as long as Jen's been dating Jesse. Like most reality television shows, 's core four to explore the depths of their polyamorous configuration, while remaining committed to each other, is as infinite as a Real Housewife’s ability to find haters, circumstances to be offended by, and meals to spoil.