Married dating review
Hot group sex among beautiful, young people is certainly a proven formula for success.
Afterall, HBO’s Real Sex series is STILL re-running the segment shot at a polyamory workshop I facilitated in 1997.
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.
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.
Nevertheless, I have to confess that I’m not an informed consumer or producer.
So it is with great audacity that I dare to venture an opinion about Showtime’s new polyamory reality show.
When I first started writing and speaking about responsible non-monogamy in the 1980’s (the word “polyamory” did not yet exist) it was far more taboo than it is now.
While there are still plenty of people who are sure that anything other than heterosexual monogamous marriage is bad and wrong, there’s been a huge shift in public opinion over the years.