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Meet Orpheus Black. A serial cheater who discovered polyamory and now lives more authentically, but he also finds his calling after going into a BDSM club. He calls himself a bedroom sorcerer and is teaching couples how to find the magic they didn't know they needed.
Liam and Kate met at church and started a non-monogamous relationship from the beginning. They are documenting their experiences in a blog called The Monogamish Marriage where they talk openly not just about the WHAT but also the HOW and sometimes even the WHY. Kate doesn't normally watch porn but when she does, she enjoys gay porn and that's something they've been able to explore in the lifestyle as they learn to shed fear and shame.
On this episode of Consenting Adults, Leyna speaks to Kylie, a married school teacher who's been unfaithful throughout her marriage. They love each other, but he has a low libido and she needs more. His lack of interest has lead her to seek it elsewhere, including an affair with a well-known singer.
The male version of a unicorn is called a bull; a man who will have sex with a couple or a hotwife. Chris talks to Leyna about what bi-friendly means for men in the lifestyle and how he and his wife have a completely open marriage.
Angie and J who describe themselves as "Average Swingers" have pretty much done it all. They recently broke quarantine by attending a sex party where 6 couples all had sex. They talk about how to deal with jealousy and performance issues and...his prosthetic penis.
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