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Tonight's Season 2 premiere is something of a cram session to pod profiled on Showtime's reality series Polyamory: Married and Dating. Polyamory: Married & Dating (TV Series –) on IMDb: Movies, TV, Celebs, and more Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote. I have only come in on Season 2, I missed Season 1 and I have to say 'The Pod' seems non-existent. Polyamory: Married and Dating, Season 2 my criticism was pretty much what you'd expect of any review of any reality show, its lack of reality.
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The lessons here are: Communication, communication, and even more communication. There is no room in poly for conflict avoidance or placation. The situation with the triad also brings up a few good points. Do you ask to continue with the other person outside of the triad?
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Do you agree to have the conflicted partner see others as well? Chris grapples with these questions as he tried to save his marriage and be true to Megan and her feelings, and neither of them seem to consider the place it puts him in as she fights for her relationship with him.
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There are new partners, but there is also new drama. Towards the end of the season Jen is already starting to feel the strain of the restrictions and emotional needs of the relationship.
They are both unable to accept that she might not be interested or willing to be, and she makes a good point in asking that their relationship be focused on the two of them for a while not her interactions with his other lovers. In the end I got exactly what I asked for last season, a portrayal of the side of poly that was not of some Shangr-la existence. No, we got to see some of the human aspects of poly relationships.
This is what opponents of polyamory want to see. Showtime is carrying two seasons with 8 episodes each. The series follows a group of Polyamorists in Southern California where else!!
And you can expect all combinations of lovers!! Kudos to the entire cast for putting it all "out there" and exposing themselves - literally and emotionally - on national TV holding nothing back. Kudos to the crew directors and everyone for putting together a very slick documentary shot and edited extremely well.
Among the main protagonists is Kamala Devi - who is kind of the "Queen Mother" lets say over this commune of Polyamorists. There is a lot of material by her on the internet and mainstream media - check kamaladevi.
Apparently she has even given TED talks on Sexuality and Polyamory Polyamorists clearly want to differentiate themselves from and keep away from the label of Swingers. The former do not look upon their lifestyle as one for recreational sex.
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It is one for literally - having many lovers hence the word who or which is supposed to enhance your life - and after you watch the series you may find yourself compelled to grant them a few points and arguments. However- and this is also the obvious reason why Polyamory is not and cannot be mainstream - the series neatly skirts all the obvious questions and problems related with legality and possessiveness - most obvious being the children.
It all seems a bit too much!! And in fact season 2 ends with one Polyamory live-in threesome seriously reconsidering this Lifestyle. Its hard enough with one family or partner and children etc etc. Imagine now every week or month you are trying to add new "Lovers" to the family