Woman who's in a throuple explains how the relationship works
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A woman who is part of a 'throuple' relationship has explained how it all works.
For some people, relationships usually just involves two people, though that is certainly not the case for others.
And while some have questioned how people in a 'throuple' (a three-way relationship) make it work, Kenzie, Legacy and Amber are here to explain it.
Before Amber came along, Kenzie and Legacy were already in a relationship.
They met Amber through a a friendship-seeking app and found they got along rather well.
But that friendship that took an unexpected turn when they all started to develop feelings for each other.
The trio recently opened up about their relationship on the YouTube channel, 'Love Don’t Judge', where they said they met on Bumble BFF, an app for people who want to make new friends.
Amber, who was single before dating Kenzie and Legacy, said: “We all met on Bumble BFF. I remember seeing Kenzie and Legacy's profile.
"At first I was like, a couple, I don't know, but then I thought it could be fun so swiped right.
"We matched and decided to hang out. We clicked the very first day."
Although love was never the initial objective, the trio began developing feelings for each other - which made them 'nervous' about losing their best friend.
Kenzie continued: "It just escalated from there over the summer months - and when those feelings started developing, with Legacy first, she brought it to me right away.
"I said 'No' initially because I thought if we try this and it goes poorly then we've lost our best friend.
"I was scared, I was really nervous in the beginning. [I was worried] that trying this out could lead to losing that relationship."
Kenzie admitted to feeling hesitant about starting a throuple at first, but said she became 'excited' after doing some research on it.
The trio have received mix reactions since they opened up about their relationship online, with Legacy sharing some misconceptions she hears - mostly from men.
"It's a little bit difficult for some people to wrap their heads around,” Kenzie began.
"Guys will make comments about being involved or like 'I want to join', 'I like girls too'," Legacy continued.
"People also assume that I'm the 'guy' and I have two girlfriends.
"No - [pointing to Amber] she has two girlfriends, [pointing to Kenzie] she has two girlfriends, [pointing to herself] and I have two girlfriends."
Amber added that people will often ask 'who's the man of the relationship', which leads to them explaining their romance.
"We're like 'There's no man, there's three women'." she said.
Kenzie added: "That's literally the point."
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