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Couples explore a threesome on camera in a new TV show

It’s the company of three for these couples.

In a new show, Open House: The Great Sex Experiment, committed couples looking for a third partner head to a luxury retreat — but need to strengthen their relationships first.

Under the direction of psychologist Dr. Lori Beth Bisbey emotionally guides her through the process to help couples reach a “deeper level of sexual congruence” than someone who is also in a non-monogamous relationship.

But the show, which airs on Channel 4 in the UK, tempts: Along with the couples at the retreat are a crowd of singles ready to spice up relationships.

While it may seem like fun and games, for some couples it almost caused disaster, The Daily Mail reports.

Nathan and Mady
Nathan (left) and Mady struggled in the bedroom trying to get someone else involved.
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A couple – Mady, 20, and Nathan, 25 – had never had a threesome together before coming on the show but had expressed their desire on Instagram just days before producers approached them.

“We had done so much sexually that it just felt like a natural progression to bring more people into our relationship,” Mady said The sun.

Although she was worried about being jealous, she said the “green-eyed monster never came” and that she was actually so engrossed in the storyline that she forgot the cameras were even there.

When Mady explored a threesome with Precious Muir, one of the singles on the show, she got “carried away.” Since Nathan “couldn’t get aroused” due to the “pressure” of being on TV, Mady continued without him. Thanks to the way the threesome played out, the pair came close to ending things.

At this point Dr. Lori to save the day by helping the couple solve their problems and strengthen their relationship.

Likewise, Essex adult content creators – Mike Miller, 34, and wife Jess, 33 – have had similar issues with jealousy.

The five-year-old couple – who have a 12-year-old daughter and an 8-year-old son together – were looking for the perfect addition to their bedroom but wanted to “find someone they connect with”.

At the retreat, they locked Muir in a threesome, leaving Jess with some new insecurities.

Because the couple “didn’t set any boundaries,” Jess was concerned her husband “would have sex with her [Muir] middle of the night” because he showered her with compliments.

"I have sex with my wife every day and love life and get paid for it," said mike.
The couple previously said they make $55,000 a month from “realistic sex” on OnlyFans.
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“You have sex with your wife and another woman, it’s every straight man’s dream,” Mike said metro. “Men can dream of having multiple partners at the same time, but they don’t realize that you have two emotional women that you need to balance. You have to please and communicate with two women, and that can be a juggling act.”

Despite the jealousy, Jess worked through the insecurities created by the cheating, all thanks to her saving grace, Dr. Lori.

While both couples admit that their experiences eventually brought them closer, for others the sentiment was more like three is a lot.

Married couple Jasmine, 28, and Alan, 37, said they had considered opening up their relationship since Alan began showing open interest in other women.

Jasmine credited his flirty nature and wandering eyes as just another aspect of their relationship, and the couple insisted they weren’t “prude” before the show.

But when it came time to get dirty, the couple couldn’t move on and left before experiencing any of the singles.

Jon and Danielle Fenn
Jon (left) and Danielle Fenn tried to deepen their relationship.
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Meanwhile, Jon and Danielle Fenn tried to “overcome their demons” by strengthening their relationship on the show.

in a (n Instagram postSharing a heartfelt message about their marriage, Danielle wrote, “I will always love this man and am forever grateful that he has the courage to embark on this journey with me as we open and yet strengthen our relationship.”

The couple was interested in group sex and wanted to successfully build trust.

“That love is not defined by sexual exclusivity, but by actual respect, concern, a commitment to act with kind intentions, accountability for our actions, and a desire for mutual growth,” she said.

https://nypost.com/2022/03/31/couples-explore-having-threesomes-on-camera-in-new-tv-show/ Couples explore a threesome on camera in a new TV show

DUSTIN JONES

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