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.
When Leigh Ann and Chris both fell in love with Megan, they suddenly found themselves in a polyamorous relationship.
We also pick back up with our Season 1 San Diego family of Michael, Kamala, Jen and Tahl.
And it’s the “other woman” in the triad who is most openly (and endearingly) jealous and pressures the legal wife to put her new guy on hold.
So much for the cliché of women competing with each other for the “real” prize of masculine attention.
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.
Rumor has it that at least one of the men in the quad is also bi, but if it’s true, this hasn’t surfaced yet.
The Riverside group, a young and beautiful MFF triad, seem a little more like regular folks than the San Diego group.
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.
See full summary » You Me Her is not your standard rom com. The circumstances surrounding this married couples entry into the world on non- monogamy is strange. He told her they made out, but that was all that happened.