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But just as a head’s up, I’m condensing my thoughts on all 7 episodes into one post here, and I’m not going to spend my time doing a recap on every episode, so bear with me if it’s a little jumbled.I do recommend checking out the show for yourself if you haven’t already, both because it is worth watching and because it will probably make my rambling here seem a lot more coherent.Even the poly potluck on the show included pretty much only gorgeous people as far as I could tell; I wonder if there were more normal looking humans present who just didn’t get camera time, or if there’s just some superspecies of genetically superior polyfolk in California.Some of the rules present bothered me, in both situations.Recently, I finally got around to watching all 7 episodes of season 1 of Polyamory: Married and Dating, Showtime’s polyamory reality show.Given that this show is (potentially) pretty huge with regard to public perception and awareness of poly relationships, I think it’s worth a blog post.To offer a bit of a summary before I move on to some of the finer points, though, overall I have to say this show is a good thing.
And I do have a big criticism of one cast member accusing his wife of not being poly for not wanting to share her girlfriend with him.
Poly doesn’t mean anyone is entitled to sex with anyone, not even partners’ partners.
If people have an agreement that includes that entitlement, cool. But your personal, specific agreement doesn’t make something a necessary ingredient of poly.
No one in the entire series played Dominion or Settlers of Catan even once, so I can’t say it’s a completely accurate portrayal of the life of the typical poly family. I know that poly communities do struggle with this in reality, but the lack of people of color is not nearly as absolute in real life poly world as it is on the show.
But all joking (mostly) aside, I present a list of my likes and dislikes about the show, in no particular order. The entire cast is white, able-bodied, cisgendered, thin and conventionally attractive. ) but no lesbians or gay/bi men, and everyone adheres pretty closely to gender norms as far as their appearances are concerned.
I just know that people in general tend to hyper-focus on the sex lives of poly people rather than considering our relationships, and the show didn’t do much to discourage that kind of thinking.