Lesbian ‘married throuple’ expecting 1st child
TORONTO – A lesbian threesome from Massachusetts is expecting its first child.
Doll, Kitten and Brynn walked down the aisle last August and are expecting a baby girl in July.
The “throuple” as they call themselves, plan to have three children.
“We always joke that the children should never outnumber the parents,” Brynn told Britain’s Daily Mail.
Kitten underwent in vitro fertilization treatment, using sperm from an anonymous donor.
Kitten and Brynn were married for just over two years and both have had polyamorous relationships in the past, according to the newspaper.
The couple met Doll after posting a profile on an online dating site.
“There was an instant attraction with Kitten but I think we all really bonded when we baked cookies together on our fourth date,” Doll said. “I didn’t know what love was until the three of us clicked like that.”
In 2004, Massachusetts became the first U.S. state to legalize same-sex marriage, however, polygamy is not legal and the threesome’s marriage is not officially recognized.
With the assistance of the family lawyer, the “throuple” combined their assets, wrote wills and sorted out legal rights to children to bind them together as much as the law allows.
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