Woman who shares husband with her mum admits she sometimes lets sister get involved
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Some things are made to be shared with family members, for example DNA, a childhood home, and, begrudgingly, the TV remote. Other things, like husbands, are not.
That doesn't bother TikToker Madi Brooks, though, who has opened up to her followers about willingly sharing her husband with not only her mum, but also her sister.
Brooks appears to have deleted her TikTok account since initially opening up about her open relationship, but in the video which has been shared by other TikTokers she can be heard explaining that she can use it to her advantage when she's 'not in the mood'.
She explains: "Me and my mum are both swingers and it's great. You know why? Whenever I'm not in the mood, I can just let my husband have her. Yeah I'm that kind of wife. I let my husband have her a couple of times a week."
Brooks, her husband and her mother are all in an open relationship, and Brooks has further revealed that even her younger sister apparently gets in on the action every now and again.
"You wanna know how I keep my man happy? I let him play with my little sister," she said.
It goes without saying that there are all manner of relationships out there, with open and polyamorous relationships being far from unusual, but you won't be surprised to hear that Brooks' video has still attracted some confusion from viewers.
Some people have questioned where Brooks goes when her husband's the one who's 'not in the mood', noting that everyone else involved in the relationship is related to her, while others claimed the story of her relationship was enough to turn them off TikTok for a while.
"That's enough TikTok for one year, I'm out," one person wrote.
It's unclear why Brooks' account appears to have been removed after she spoke out about her open relationship, but some TikTok users have stepped up to show support for the way she and her family choose to engage with one another.
One supportive person commented: "I don't understand the fuss. if you have 4 consenting adults, who's to judge. live your own life."
Another wrote: "I get way to [sic] jealous to be a swinger with a family member but you do you boo."
A poll conducted last year by YouGov revealed that about a quarter of Americans have said they would be interested in having an open relationship, including 30 percent of husbands who expressed interest along with 21 percent of wives.