This Married Couple Got A Divorce So Their Mutual Girlfriend Would Stop Getting Jealous

Submitted by: fancylad 3 months ago in Lifestyle


From Barcroft: When Cristina and Benno exchanged wedding vows, they never expected another woman would end their marriage. But 12 years later, the parents of three are getting divorced – so that their girlfriend won’t get jealous.

So how do you make this happen, again? Asking for a friend.
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Male 3,989
Wouldn't have been easier to convert to Mormonism
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Male 306
I wouldn't do it, especially with kids, and I am not sure to understand how this can really work on a day to day basis. But the 6 of them are/seem happy with the situation so let them live their lives. And the kids are living with both their parents and obviously receive a lot of love, which is unfortunately not the case in many "traditional" families.
I'm sure you can read it two ways, depending on if you are married or not:
"Lucky guy, daily threesomes!" or "Poor guy, two wives!"
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Male 5,432
m3dm3d Most people can't stand one wife nagging but two?
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Male 1,670
It's not for me but why not for them?  
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Male 654
Can see it in the body language, he's being sidelined. Getting them to divorce aswell is breaking apart original couples bonds.
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Male 488
Well he is clearly a tit man... 

Dress it up how ever you want.
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Male 15,071
If this works for them, sure, why not? Most people can't handle it, but if it makes them happy, it's a good idea.
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Male 1,532
Unless I missed it they did not say how long they have been in this cohabitation, but if I remember my stats right these kind of arrangements usually end with two of the partners slowly pushing one out, and its a fairly high percentage. that does not mean this will end this way, but polygamy is not the same only the man has sex with each one of the wives and only on a rotation type deal and not in groups.
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Male 1,054
casaledana Yeah, this is really more polyamory than polygamy.  
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Male 3,985
casaledana ~eyes Casa suspiciously~ And just how do you know so much about polygamy, hmm?
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Male 1,532
squrlz4ever  I'll give you three guesses.
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Male 5,432
casaledana You rascal 
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Male 3,985
I see no basis for any complaints. Everyone in that house appears to be happy and thriving, both children and adults. In fact, they seem happier than most families I've met. Also: I think both women are not only attractive, they're downright pretty.

Actually, I'm going to take this comment of mine a step further. You could make the argument that the 3-adults-plus-children model is more sensible today than the traditional husband-wife-kids family. Back in the 1950s, it was possible for a family with 3 children to do well on just the husband's income alone. This left the wife available for making a home that provided lots of love and attention for the children. Today, one salary is seldom enough to raise a family on. This family's found a solution: Two incomes keep the household's finances in good order and the 2nd wife takes the lead on homemaking and childcare. It sure is better than having two working parents who are so exhausted that the children don't get the love and attention they need.

Everyone looks happy here, particularly the children. And I think I'm beginning to understand why (aside from the adult's sexual fulfillment, which is also important). 
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Male 39,268
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Male 3,989
Gerry1of1 I love seeing the intolerance of a gay man judging others for their lifestyle choices.
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Male 39,268
dm2754 Straight people ruin the sanctity of marriage
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Male 1,054
Gerry1of1 So you think cheating is better?  Because that's usually the alternative when one half of the couple is not satisfied with things.  I actually knew a couple who the female half was the same way.  She loved him and loved male/female sex, but also preferred a woman sometimes.  Oddly, he was totally against the idea of either letting her have her fun with other women or having a threesome where he was not the complete center of attention.  She ended up cheating on him with girls, which led to him cheating on her with girls which led to a breakup and a kid being raised by a single mother.  Now, she occasionally joins us for some fun though.
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Male 39,268
waldo863 Because I didn't like this that automatically JUMPS to Cheating Is Better. 

Take a breath and pause long enough to have a coherent thought
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Male 1,054
Gerry1of1 Again though, all too often, that is the alternative.  If the woman is bisexual and not being pleased totally by the man, then that is what ends up happening.  I've seen it first hand on more than one occasion.  Have even been propositioned by married females to join my wife and I in a threesome without the husbands knowledge, on many occasions.  That is cheating and I don't condone that so the answer was a firm no unless I was able to talk to the husband about it.  So the alternatives are either cheating or just being miserable and never satisfied sexually.  Not sure how either of those are better than this.
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Male 654
waldo863 or accept relationship and commitments mean not having everything. Or avcepting your monogamous relstionship is over and separate magnanimously
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Male 39,268
waldo863 I am supremely unconcerned with a womans needs
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Male 1,054
Gerry1of1 Well, then many many people would say what you do is messed up too(not me).  I forgot that about you.
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Male 3,985
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Male 3
That guy is my hero. Flat out, my new role model. Greatest. Man. Ever.
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Male 2,301
ElTacoTote Then I am your hero as well. I also imitate this life-style, but we have no kids yet. 
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Male 39,268
At some point you just have to point at them and yell

FREAKS

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Male 1,054
Gerry1of1 Pot calling the kettle black.
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Male 39,268
waldo863 straight people are ruining the sanctity of marriage
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Female 1,211
Whatever gets the job done..
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Male 1,054
This isn't the kind of thing you can really make happen.  If you and your SO are both open to the idea though, it's something you let happen.  Really not much different from swinging like my wife and I do. Again, that was not something I made happen, we both just let it happen.  Love, Trust and Communication are the real keys though, especially Communication.  Just because you think you have good communication though does not mean you do.  Activities like this tend to be a real magnifying glass for a relationship.  Cracks you never even saw before can become large dividing rifts between the two of you.  In all cases where I have seen one half of a couple try to make or force something like this to happen, it did not end well for anyone involved.  It's better to just be open and honest, talk about it, have no expectations and let what happens happen.

For more information on stuff like this, I highly recommend the site www.SwingersBoard.com .  Lots of great articles and discussions there about Swinging, Polyamory, Threesomes and moresomes.
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Male 20,602
The girlfriend looks a bit like Natalie Dormer's less-attractive sister, right?

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Male 1,532
fancylad Actually my first thought was that the two women look very much alike skin tone and some size differents aside  but the faces are very much alike.
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Male 39,268
fancylad Maybe her brother
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Male 20,602
Gerry1of1 Slow cousin?
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