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​Couple Become Polyamorous ‘Throuple’ With Another Man After Threesome

​Couple Become Polyamorous ‘Throuple’ With Another Man After Threesome

An Aussie couple have decided to add a third person to their relationship, following a holiday threesome that went down so well it led them to become a polyamorous 'throuple'.

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Adelaide workplace trainer Thomas, 28, and 32-year-old Jonny, a senior admin worker at a defence company, were on holiday in Perth, Western Australia, in May 2018 when they met a 'gorgeous' stranger - who they invited to join them for sex.

The trio have spoken out about their unorthodox love story, hoping to shed light on how polyamorous relationships can work without jealousy.

Thomas said: "Jonny and I had never even thought about being polyamorous before. We had watched random documentaries about it and thought, 'Good for them, but it's not for us.'

"It wasn't something we planned to do until we went on holiday to Perth, where we met Anthony, who is 29 and gorgeous.

"We were staying in the same hotel and came across him in the elevator and later logged into a local gay dating website to see if we could find him - and we did.

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"Jonny and I agreed he was good looking, and I ended up bumping into him again in the bar. One thing led to another and we had a threesome in our hotel room.

"None of it was planned, and we thought it was just casual sex, but it turned into a lot more than that."

Thomas, Jonny and Anthony. Credit: PA Real Life
Thomas, Jonny and Anthony. Credit: PA Real Life

The three exchanged phone numbers and met up again in Adelaide in July 2018, when they had another threesome.

"We all had this underlying feeling that it would progress into something more, but none of us said it at first," said Thomas.

"After Jonny and I saw Anthony again in July, we agreed we both liked him.

"It was weird when we admitted it, but communicating helped. By August 2018 we asked him if he wanted to date us, after he also admitted he had fallen for us both."

Product manager Anthony was equally surprised when things developed from lust to something more.

He said: "At first, I was surprised they wanted me to date them, as it started as just casual sex.

"But we spoke so much on the phone and when we met in person again the excitement only grew.

"I've never been polyamorous before either and it never crossed my mind. But I did some digging when I met Thomas and Jonny, and the articles I read made me realise it was possible.

"I'd be lying if I said I didn't expect it to be difficult, but it's been smooth and we're all happy."

The holiday fling turned into something much more meaningful. Credit: PA Real Life
The holiday fling turned into something much more meaningful. Credit: PA Real Life

The 'throuple' became official in August 2018, which was when they also set ground rules for their sex life.

Thomas explained: "We didn't want anyone to feel left out, so we made an agreement to only have sex when the three of us were together, but our schedules didn't always match up.

"Let's face it, it's hard enough to match up two people, let alone three - and sometimes one of us isn't in the mood.

"After a while, quite naturally, we just started having sex with each other and it felt right."

Gay marriage has now been legalised in Australia, but the trio hope that one day in the future they'll be allowed to legally marry as a throuple - even though they admit they need to get to know Anthony better before doing so.

Thomas believes he and Jonny may even consider moving to Sydney, so the three of them can be together.

He continued: "Going back to monogamy doesn't feel right, but if Anthony ever left us I'm not sure we would actively seek out a new third boyfriend.

"We haven't had issues or arguments, so I can't see a break-up looming. In fact, always having a third person makes little bickers easier to get over.

"If either of us argue with each other, there's always another person to go to and ask for help, or just a person to mediate and calm a situation - which works perfectly."

The three hope to marry one day. Credit: PA Real Life
The three hope to marry one day. Credit: PA Real Life

Jonny added: "Thomas and I have had our ups and downs, but we've grown from every experience and being poly has been the biggest growth of all.

"We all fulfil each other's different needs and this is a new and exciting time."

However, while their relationship as a trio is working for them, Thomas wouldn't advise every couple to rush into a threesome with the hope of it becoming poly.

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"If you've been together long enough and are strong enough then you can attempt it," he said.

"You have to have great communication and not pressurise your partner, though, as it could really make or break a relationship.

"Luckily for us, it truly worked and we 're excited to see the next chapter of our lives."

Featured Image Credit: PA Real Life

Topics: World News, Sex and Relationships, Interesting, Australia

Jess Hardiman

Jess is a journalist at LADbible who graduated from Manchester University with a degree in Film Studies, English Language and Linguistics - indecisiveness at its finest, right there. She also works for FOODbible and its sister page Seitanists, which are both a safe haven for her to channel a love for homemade pasta, fennel and everything else in between. You can contact Jess at [email protected]

 

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