Husband and wife say sex with strangers is key to happy marriage

They opened their relationship in 2017, and have been happily polyamorous ever since.

1/13/2022 11:00:00 PM

The couple, from Hackney, London, decided to explore ethical nonmonogamy as they both want to see their partner fully alive, flourishing, and living life with all its pleasures - spicy! 😏

They opened their relationship in 2017, and have been happily polyamorous ever since.

Paulina Tenner, 37, and her husband, Daniel, 41, had been married for four years when they discussed polyamory, and say the decision to date outside their partnership improved their relationship exponentially., decided to explore ethical nonmonogamy as they both want to see their partner fully alive, flourishing, and living life with all its pleasures.

The pair feel that a more open relationship model allows them to take the pressure off, as one person isn’t responsible for everything the other needs, and argue that ‘one person for the rest of your life’ ‘They both separatelyShe said: ‘Daniel wasn’t comfortable with Paulina seeing other men when they first opened their marriage, but they now say they ‘don’t have to rely on rules’ due to clear communication.

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