A bisexual couple in an open relationship recently joined HuffPost Live to discuss the ways they navigate the ins an outs of an open relationship and information-sharing with their children. In the wake of Anna Paquin's tweet last week that reminded the world she is a happily married bisexual mother, HuffPost Live decided to reach out to Neal Boulton and his wife in order to understand the dynamics of their own relationship. Boulton told HuffPost Live the pair's key to sustaining their familial structure while still having an open relationship with members of the same sex is being open with their children. And I don't think any bisexual, gay person, lesbian person -- they should not edit themselves in front of their children. Because if you edit yourself your children will grow up to edit themselves and the problem perpetuates.
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Most people wouldn't believe that happy bisexual marriages are possible -- where two openly bisexual people have taken vows to love, honor, and cherish one another. But it can and does work out. Such unions are usually open marriages and have an element of acceptance that frees each partner to truly be themselves. Today we talk to a couple that is married and bisexual. Steven and Cynthia give us the inside on how they met, what their relationship is like, and why they are happy with each other. Steven: We actually met on a website that was geared towards bi dating.
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