Publication Date: May 1, 2012
The stars of the hit show Sister Wives present an uncensored, unedited look at life in their plural marriage.
The Brown family, open polygamists, are the stars of the popular reality program Sister Wives, a hit for TLC not only because of the unusual subject matter, but also because of the honesty and frankness of the entire Brown family. Now in their own words they reveal even more to help viewers better understand the lifestyle, the family dynamics, the experience of living “on camera,” and the love shared in their unusual family, in a candid memoir that openly discusses the details of how their special relationship works.
The Browns offer honest answers to the questions viewers who turn in every week can’t help but have: How do all the wives feel special while sharing one husband? How does a woman decide to become a sister-wife, especially if she’s not born into the lifestyle? How do the four relationships differ from each other? How do child-rearing conflicts get resolved? How does the sole husband navigate the emotions of the women and handle jealously among his four wives?, and many more. With the trademark candor that has drawn millions of viewers to their show, the Browns tell readers everything they’ve ever wanted to know about life in a plural marriage.
I think the Browns are in for a rude awakening, it seems very few of their kids want to follow the polygamist lifestyle. I remember a lot of the teenage girls saying they did not want to - with the exception of Meri's daughter who said she did want to do it.
Their oldest son Logan also seems to be into it, he's kind of a Kody clone in personality.
yeah, they refuse to talk about sex. but i think it's a valid wonder. if he's switching around every night, it must be taxing on him sexually. unless they have a system of some sort so he gets a break. they say they keep sex between kody and each of the women and never discuss it amongst each other. but you have to wonder.