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Man in threesome marriage: 'This should be the future of relationships'

Two bisexual women and one man proclaim threesome marriage "should be the future of relationships" and that their threesome parenting is "setting a good example."

Adam Lyons, 36, lives openly with two women, 28-year-old Brooke Shedd - with whom he has a two-year-old son, and 27-year-old Jane Shalakhova - who is eight months' pregnant with his third son. He already has a seven-year-old stepson from yet another relationship.

"Three parents are better than two," Lyons told the New York Post. "It enables us to manage daily life so much better."

He says he notices "normal" two-person couples are often exhausted and struggle to keep up with work and children. "With three people, it's logistically so much easier . . . We share out the responsibilities, and it fits our sexual preferences too."

"This should be the future of relationships, where people are able to enjoy love in any way they feel works," Lyons advocated. "Three people and three parents makes so much sense to us."

Family Research Council’s Peter Sprigg pointed out that if Lyons' "arrangement" is true, it confirms the many warnings of concerned Christians.

"Living in a household with their mother, father, and another woman they also refer to as 'Mom' is likely to create confusion about their place in the world," he explained. "As they grow older, there may well be rivalries between the half-siblings who have different mothers - as is clearly seen in the polygamous families of the Old Testament."

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