New to polyamory and juggling busy careers, they are figuring things out as they go.
We also pick back up with our Season 1 San Diego family of Michael, Kamala, Jen and Tahl.
This season takes viewers on an intense emotional journey as we follow two families as they navigate the ins and outs of polyamory. A new Hollywood family - Chris, Leigh Ann and Megan - joins the show.
This show lays it out as carefully as possible in its profiling of two multi-person committed relationships.
It works not just as the freak show that we've come to expect from reality TV, but also on a political level.
Characters grapple with the emotional and sexual drama of sharing their hearts, as well as their beds.
It's alternately hilarious, shocking, poignant, titillating and cringe-inducing. Polyamory and the range of ways it can manifest itself in its practicing groups, and then still, what it means to each person inside these groups, is not an easy thing to telegraph.
Feedback: how do I convey jealousy to my partner without him off? Her new partner was previously monogamous, and when A has occasional bouts of jealousy and insecurity, the new partner will just end the new relationship to make it easier on A. And hey, why not attach an audio comment to that email? Share this with a friend or write an i Tunes review!
“How can I go about asking for the care I need without scaring him off?
Everything in my life was shifting at the time, and I wrote two blog posts (combined into one here and edited for the sake of clarity) that capture moments of myself and my opinions from the time that I would do well to never forget. However, my thoughts about American society and the way we understand and talk about the nature of love and sex have developed drastically.
Because my relationship with Jesus has become personal since the time I wrote these posts, I can no longer stand behind some of the opinions I expressed in this piece about sexual dispositions and preferences.
Until then we have removed some of the original content of this article.