Two years after coming out to her family of blood, what happened when Minx tried to go back home with LustyGuy? 44239090_s

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1:00 Poly in the News

9:00 Topic: Minx coming out udpate

Nearly two years after coming out to her biological family, Minx shares an update about an upcoming visit to her biological family. The blog post on how things went down. Long story short: I’ll never see my mom again.

25:30 Feedback

M loved our non-sexual relationship episode 469 and wants to know

28:15 Happy Poly Moment

Bill and Jen share a first threesome happy poly moment

31:30 Thank you!

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  1. Bill and Jen March 25, 2016 at 10:16 am · ·

    Actually, I was enjoying the show ;-). I waited patiently and it was only a few minutes before I was given the green light. It was a positive experience for us, and we have also had a few negative experiences, but that hasn’t gotten in the way of how we feel about each other. The fire is still roaring and communication is VERY important to us. We’re trying to date on our own again, but we’re still open to the option of sharing.

    All of the partners that we’ve had since opening our marriage have been treated as people with real feelings and we’ve really cared about them. We have done our best to make them feel welcome and included, and not like an outsider or a third wheel. Our focus is to make sure that everyone has a good time and keep it positive.

    Thank you for sharing our story. And don’t worry, I’m sure we’ll write to you again.

  2. That’s great to hear! So glad it went well for y’all.

  3. Minx, it is so great to find you again after all these years. After my wife and I woke up with my (our) best friend back in 2002, we looked at each other and said, “This feels surprisingly okay.” And then we all went out on the interwebs looking for polyamory. Yours was the blog/voice we found. We celebrated our thirteenth anniversary in November.

    I came out to my father (then 81, now passed) the next spring. He embraced us. I am out to my whole large family. It can work. Give them time to decide what is important.

    More recently, my wife decided she was done (at least for now) with the sexual aspect of our equilateral triad. We still start every morning in our naked puppy pile. It is never surprising to hear of a monogamous, loving marriage that forgoes sex; why should we think that polys should be different? I love her more now than ever, and I tell her so. I have requested and been granted consensus to go outside, and just celebrated a second anniversary with my GF. And yes, there is now another potential node on our polycule. We are moving forward together and making it work. Thanks for showing the way.

    • Janus–

      That’s great to hear! So glad that y’all have been able to talk through things and adapt your relationship to the needs of its participants. Well done!

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