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Never have I seen a situation that naturally fits this format as well as that of Showtime's currently airing .
As Tahl explains in the video above, "Jen and I have our rules.
It's not my fault that marriage has such a narrow definition now.
You should never be telling people how to live their private lives, tell them what kind of family should have.
Aside from some declarations of love, and some shoulder stroking, it is as yet unclear just how much sexual contact the two men of this quartet, Tahl and Michael, engage in.
Anyone who does any research or reading knows that women are more sexual than men and I wanted to turn the tables around and show the women as “studs.” Also, the catalyst for me wanting to make this show was when Prop 8 was upheld in California in 2009, it was and is very upsetting to me that the government thinks they can define what our family looks like and tell my gay brothers and sisters that it’s wrong for them to love each other....
So Polyamory: Married & Dating was my answer to both those issues.
Mike and Kamala have their rules, but now not only are you just bringing two couples together – it's a four-way dynamic.
And so, it makes it more complicated." With their intricate configuration, these people would have to openly and routinely examine their and their partners' emotional situations, with or without cameras pointed at them. The emotional articulation of the four described people makes for riveting viewing – not since the early days of have I been so obsessed with watching people sit around and babble about themselves and their lives, nor have I so deeply lamented that they only do it for 30 minutes once a week. Keeping track of the rules makes this non-competition series something of a game.
If you're a Showtime subscriber, you can still watch any episodes on demand or on a computer or other device. And here's an interview with director Natalia Garcia last fall by Heather Mc Guire of Mindchaotica.