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Meanwhile, the preview for episode #2 has Kamala Devi refusing to share her new girlfriend, Roxie, with her husband Michael, again defying viewers’ preconceived notions about the likely challenges of polyamory.
My insider information leads me to suspect that the Roxie drama is at least somewhat contrived, but the demands for special treatment are classic and at the very least we see “asking for what you want” role modeled perfectly.
All throughout history — both human and American — there have been people who didn’t fit into whatever the norms were of that time.
In time, the norms change, and we change with them.
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.
I am aware that some shows are available on the internet, but I rarely have the time, the interest, or the motivation to watch them.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.With all those qualifiers in place, I’ll say that is a far better portrayal of polyamory than I feared and not so good as I had hoped, judging from the first episode, which aired July 12. The show flips back and forth between two poly families, one in Riverside, California and one in San Diego.I’m very happy about it, and would love to be a creative consultant on a polyamory sitcom or movie some day.Now I need to make it very clear that I am not involved in any way with Showtime’s polyamory show, but I do know the San Diego cast and their community quite well.
Gay people certainly know what I’m talking about here.