Every Man's Fantasy?

Two television shows explore nontraditional relationships

I'd be much more encouraged about its radical potential if the show were about polyamory, a newer concept with no religious affiliation. Polyamory focuses on multiple committed loving and sexual relationships (that may or may not include marriage), allows for multi-gendered partner configurations, and usually involves all partners being non-monogamous (not just the men). It emphasizes honesty and communication.

Unencumbered by religion and stigma, The Girls Next Door holds more promise as a revolutionary relationship model, but it's superficial and feels like a commercial for Playboy. In both shows, I want to see the relationships fleshed out, but so far producers seem more interested in showing flesh. I've seen my fill of bare breasts and simulated doggie-style sex. Let us peek inside the minds and hearts of the people!


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See also:
  • All In The Family
    Bizarre love quadrangle binds a Mormon businessman and his three wives
    Joy Press reviews Big Love
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