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Woman Flees Arranged Marriage And Forms Polyamorous “Throuple” With A Married Couple

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  • Sunny and Speetie invited Piddu to stay in their home in Indiana after her divorce. Shortly, Piddu and Speetie formed a close physical and emotional connection.
  • When Sunny began to have feelings for Piddu as well, the pair decided to welcome her into their relationship.
  • It became a decade-long polyamorous relationship between the three. At the moment, they are still together and raising four children.

When her arranged marriage broke down, Piddu Kaur was invited by a married couple to stay in their home. It soon became a “throuple” in which all three are in a relationship with each other.

Piddu is a family friend of Speetie Singh, who is married to Sunny. Speetie attended Piddu’s wedding, an arranged marriage in which the groom only agreed to because of family pressure and Piddu’s promise to give him a Mercedes. The union ended in divorce after only six months.

Sunny and Speetie, who were childhood sweethearts who met in India and settled in the U.S. where they got married, invited Piddu to stay in their home in Indiana after her divorce. Shortly, Piddu and Speetie formed a close physical and emotional connection.

Speetie has a history of having relationships with women before she came to the U.S. and be with Sunny. She opened up to her Sunny about her same-sex relationship, which Sunny had no problem with. So when he began to have feelings for Piddu as well, the pair decided to welcome her into their relationship.

Piddu originally meant to stay just one week in the couple’s home, but this turned out to become a decade-long polyamorous relationship between the three. At the moment, they are still together and raising four children.

Sunny and Speetie already had two daughters before Piddu joined their relationship. Since then, the throuple added two more children to the fold, with Speetie having another baby girl and Piddu giving birth to the other child.

“When Piddu came into our lives, she was going through a divorce immediately after her marriage,” Speetie said.

“The marriage had been arranged by the elders of the family and just like me, she had migrated from her home in India to the US to be with her husband. Piddu and I hit it off right away.”

“Our endless conversations, crying on each other’s shoulders and laughing and dancing nonstop to high beats brought us closer in no time.”

Speetie said that their attraction “wasn’t just emotional, we were clearly into each other and soon had our hands in each other’s [panties].”

She said that Sunny “was ecstatic to have found another partner to share ideas with and fulfill his fantasies with too.”

It doesn’t mean that things went totally easy for this unconventional setup. Speeetie admitted that it took her years to get over her feelings of insecurity and jealousy – she has fears that Sunny will eventually leave her for Piddu.

Then there was the issue with their families. Coming from a traditional Indian background, the three have been forced to sever ties from some extended family members, who did not approve of their union.

“A few family members and old friends felt uncomfortable or drew lines in the sand and said that they couldn’t deal with us unless we separated. So we did. We separated from those people,” Speetie said.

The throuple wants to show the world that polyamorous relationships can survive the test of time. They spend their 10th year together in ceremony in which they wrote their insecurities in a piece of paper and burned them.

Speetie said it is “definitely possible to love more than one person. This is the life we love to live.”

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