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This Woman Has A Husband, Fiancé, Two Boyfriends, And They’re All Happy Together
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Meet Mary Crumpton.

Mary is a woman who began exploring her sexuality at the age of 29.

She came to find that what she was attracted to the most were polyamorous relationships, which means she is interested in being in a relationship with more than one partner.

Polygamy has existed across the globe for centuries now. With stories of the relationship types happening in historical records all over the world

But the term Polyamory didn’t arise until around the 1990s.

Polyamory is described as the desire for intimate relationships with more than one partner.

However, unlike cheating on your significant other, those in polyamorous relationships are clear about their intentions early on and make super everyone involved are consenting individuals.

If you’re not totally convinced that a relationship like this has any practicality in todays world, you may just be wrong.

Let Mary Crumpton’s story serve as a good example for the value you can find in polyamory.

Mary is married to one man, while being engaged to another, along with having two boyfriends.



Source: Youtube

She shared her story with Metro, explaining that she started exploring her sexuality late at the age of 29.

She disclosed, “I was brought up in quite a traditional home. I had boyfriends and was monogamous. Having more than one partner never crossed my mind. In my twenties, I got married and settled down in Chorlton fully intending to be with my husband for life.”

This often occurs with individuals who are not allowed to break past monogamous boundaries when they are younger.



Source: Youtube

Crumpton says, “At the time I didn’t really question having just one partner. It was normal.”

However, how society decides what is ‘normal’ is more often than not, ostracizing those who do not fit into our traditional ideas of what is acceptable when it comes to dating and relationships.

She confessed, “I did sometimes have feelings for other people, but I felt guilty about doing so and just took it as a sign that I didn’t love my husband enough.

When the marriage didn’t work out, I met someone else, and started a monogamous relationship with him.”



Source: Youtube

So how did she go from that to polyamory?

It can be a lonely feeling and difficult, as if you are the only person with feelings of guilt or shame for being interested in more than one person at a time.

“The idea that loving more than one person might not make me a terrible human being only dawned on me when, at a pub, I bumped into a person who had more than one partner,” Crumpton stated.

“I had never come across it before, or the term ‘polyamory’ which means ‘more-than-one love’. I was quite shocked and curious about how it all worked for them.”



Source: Youtube

When she met this individual, she was with her partner at the time.

He was, to her relief, curious about the practice as well. However, the couple did not decide to break their monogamous relationship just yet.

It was only a few years later that Crumpton brought up the idea.

She suggested to her partner that they try out what it’s like to be in an open relationship, a consensually nonmonogamous relationship between two people. He agreed and they both found an additional partner each.



Source: Instagram

That was when Crumpton experienced a moment of liberation.

She revealed, “I took to it immediately. I had a friend that I was already close to and that friendship drifted very naturally into something more.

My partner had a similar experience with a friend of his. It was a revelation to me.

I quickly realized that I had been ‘wired up’ this way probably all my life – loving more than one person now seems like the most natural thing in the world to me and I can’t imagine being any other way.”



Source: Instagram

Currently, she is no longer with the partner she first explored her polyamory with. At present, she is married to Tim, 43, and has a fiancé she will have a commitment ceremony with at Chorlton Unitarian Church. In addition to this, Crumpton is dating two different men, Michael, 63, and James, 73.

She claims that cohabitating with two of her partners has many advantages. “One of the lovely things about a life with more than one partner is that there is no pressure on one person to supply all my needs. My husband Tim and I share an enthusiasm for environmentalism and all that entails, like electric cars, and veganism.

With my fiancé John I enjoy watching science fiction and we go to church together,” she said.



Source: Instagram

With regard to polyamory, Crumpton affirmed, “In many ways, I have found that being in open relationships have forced me to communicate much better.

I am very honest and open with my partners about my feelings and needs, in a way that I didn’t have the courage to be in previous monogamous relationships.

So I think I have grown as a person, and have better and stronger relationships now.

Of course, all of that is possible in monogamous relationships, and I am not suggesting polyamory is in any way better, just different. But it works well for me personally.”



Source: Instagram

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Half-naked woman arrested for masturbating in restaurant picked up where she left off in a squad car

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JAN 31, 2019 | 5:05 PM
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Dovie Nickels (Obtained by NY Daily News)

A Texas woman arrested for public masturbation picked up where she left off once police arrested her.

Dovie Nickels, who wasn’t wearing pants when she and her vibrator grabbed a seat on the patio of an Austin restaurant, was arrested for indecent exposure Tuesday.

The general manager of a JW Marriott Hotel reportedly notified staff members that he spotted Nickels “with her legs straight up in the air, spread open” and pleasuring herself with a silver object.

That manager told police “he could hear Nickels making moaning noises as if she was having an orgasm,” according to a police report published on The Smoking Gun.

Police arrived on the scene where it appeared the 26-year-old woman was still getting it on.

“Nickels stopped her motions and put her hands on the table once officers approached,” the police report said.

Police put Nickels in handcuffs and placed her in the back of a squad car, where she “began to repeatedly rub her groin back and forth on the plastic seat, moaning.”

It was the arresting officers’ opinion that even without the use of her hands, Nickels was still trying to gratify herself.

“Even when asked to stop, Nickels continued to do so for the duration of our encounter,” the report said.

Arresting officers did not recover the silver object reportedly seen by the hotel manager who first witnessed Nickels’ night out.
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Woman Photographs 100 Vajginas for Feminism: No One Should Be Afraid of Her Flaps
By Adaam James Levin Areddy | @AmsterdamLost | Feb 12, 2019
“Wow, there is a lot going on there.”
A British photographer has taken close-up shots of 100 women’s vaginas in a feminist campaign to combat “body shaming.”
Laura Dodsworth said the undertaking was her duty as a woman, especially given that she has already done a project about penises.
 

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Woman Photographs 100 Vajginas for Feminism: No One Should Be Afraid of Her Flaps
By Adaam James Levin Areddy| @AmsterdamLost| Feb 12, 2019
“Wow, there is a lot going on there.”
A British photographer has taken close-up shots of 100 women’s vaginas in a feminist campaign to combat “body shaming.”
Laura Dodsworth said the undertaking was her duty as a woman, especially given that she has already done a project about penises.
The world gets stupider every day. Every. Single. Day.
 

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Police: Florida man hit mother, stuffed dumplings in her mouth for refusing to dress his mannequin

By Brian Newlin Posted: 12:11 PM, March 27, 2019 Updated: 12:11 PM, March 27, 2019

Mikkel Dankner is accused of attacking his mother because she refused to dress his mannequin. (Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office)


BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. - A Florida man is accused of attacking his mother after she refused to dress his mannequin Monday night.
Mikkel Dankner, 40, was arrested on charges of aggravated battery on a victim over 65 years old and domestic battery by strangulation.
A woman reportedly called police after Dankner's 65-year-old mother ran to her house with blood on her face and Dankner in pursuit.
According to an affidavit obtained by WPLG, Dankner and his mother were in their backyard when he asked her to dress his mannequin. After she refused to do so, Dankner reportedly stood in a doorway to prevent his mother from going inside the home.
Deputies said Dankner's mother pushed his mannequin to the ground and ran inside. He then retaliated by following her into the kitchen and pushing her to the floor, according to the affidavit.
Danker then picked up a small stool and struck his mother several times in the head with it, deputies said. According to the affidavit, Dankner then "grabbed small dumplings made for dinner and started to shove them into her mouth."
Officers said Dankner was combative as he was placed under arrest.
His mother was taken to a hospital where she recieved stiches for a cut to her head.
 

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Police: Florida man hit mother, stuffed dumplings in her mouth for refusing to dress his mannequin

By Brian Newlin Posted: 12:11 PM, March 27, 2019 Updated: 12:11 PM, March 27, 2019

Mikkel Dankner is accused of attacking his mother because she refused to dress his mannequin. (Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office)


BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. - A Florida man is accused of attacking his mother after she refused to dress his mannequin Monday night.
Mikkel Dankner, 40, was arrested on charges of aggravated battery on a victim over 65 years old and domestic battery by strangulation.
A woman reportedly called police after Dankner's 65-year-old mother ran to her house with blood on her face and Dankner in pursuit.
According to an affidavit obtained by WPLG, Dankner and his mother were in their backyard when he asked her to dress his mannequin. After she refused to do so, Dankner reportedly stood in a doorway to prevent his mother from going inside the home.
Deputies said Dankner's mother pushed his mannequin to the ground and ran inside. He then retaliated by following her into the kitchen and pushing her to the floor, according to the affidavit.
Danker then picked up a small stool and struck his mother several times in the head with it, deputies said. According to the affidavit, Dankner then "grabbed small dumplings made for dinner and started to shove them into her mouth."
Officers said Dankner was combative as he was placed under arrest.
His mother was taken to a hospital where she recieved stiches for a cut to her head.
Umm wow, so many things going on with that story. Of course it’s Florida...
 

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Police: Arkansas men put on bulletproof vest, shot each other, came up with elaborate cover story

Charles Eugene Ferris told deputies he was hired to escort an "asset"

By Brian Newlin
Posted: 10:49 AM, April 03, 2019 Updated: 10:49 AM, April 03, 2019

Charles Eugene Ferris, 50, and Christopher Hicks, 36, shot each other while wearing a bulletproof vest, and then came up with an elaborate cover story, police said. (Benton County Sheriff's Office)

ROGERS, Ark. - Two men were arrested Sunday after reportedly putting on a bulletproof vest and shooting each other during a night of drinking.
Charles Eugene Ferris, 50, and Christopher Hicks, 36, are charged with felony aggravated assault, officials said.
A Benton County sheriff's deputy spoke with Ferris at the hospital, where he gave an elaborate cover story, according to an affidavit obtained by KFSM.
Ferris reportedly told the deputy that an "asset" paid him $200 to escort him through a woods and meet another man. The man allegedly shot at the "asset" from the edge of a tree line, and a gunfight broke out. Ferris said he was struck six times, but managed to return fire before driving off with the "asset."
According to Ferris, the "asset" dropped him off at his vehicle before he dumped his weapons and drove to the hospital.
Investigators said they got the real story when Ferris's wife showed up at the hospital. She told investigators that her husband and Hicks shot each other while drinking on the back porch of their home, the affidavit said.
Recanting his story, Ferris told deputies he had made it up to keep Hicks from getting in trouble.
According to the affidavit, Ferris was wearing a bulletproof vest when he asked Hicks to shoot him with a .22-caliber semi-automatic rifle. The vest reportedly stopped the bullet, but left a red mark on his chest.
The affidavit said Ferris was "pissed" that he was hurting from the shot, so Hicks put on the vest and Ferris "unloaded the clip" into his back. Hicks reportedly only suffered bruising.
Ferris initially told his wife he was fine, but she told him to go to the hospital after he kept complaining about the pain, according to the affidavit.
Ferris and Hicks were released on $5,000 bonds. A judge issued a no-contact order between them.


 

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Plattsburgh man calls police on non-existent intruder, gets arrested for alleged in-home meth lab

by Elizabeth Izzo
April 1, 2019
4:33 PM

Photo courtesy Plattsburgh City Police

Cory Favreau

PLATTSBURGH | A Plattsburgh man called police Sunday morning to report an intruder, only to be taken into custody shortly after officers arrived for allegedly running a meth lab out of his home.

Cory Favreau, 37, was arrested and charged with one count of third-degree unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine, a class D felony, and one count of endangering the welfare of a child, a class A misdemeanor.

Plattsburgh City Police say that Favreau called the department March 31 to report an apparent trespassing in his home at 79 Champlain St.

He told officers when they arrived around 6:10 a.m. that he’d heard something in the attic, prompting him to believe someone had broken in.

Police searched his home and found no sign of an intruder.

But they did find something else.

Officers found chemicals and vessels consistent with the illicit manufacture of methamphetamine, Capt. Brad Kiroy told The Sun.

Favreau, another adult and one child who were living in the home were immediately evacuated from the residence.

The Plattsburgh City Police Narcotics Enforcement Unit and the New York State Police Contaminated Crime Scene Emergency Response Team were dispatched to the scene to further investigate.

The two units executed a search warrant Sunday, and several additional “articles of evidence” beyond the initial findings were recovered, according to Kiroy.

Favreau was taken into custody and arraigned in Plattsburgh City Court Monday morning. He was remanded to the Clinton County Jail with no bail.

“This is an example of public vigilance that can really help our city police fight the scourge of dangerous illicit drugs in our community,” Mayor Colin Read said in a statement. “I very much appreciate all the work of our citizen and officers in keeping methamphetamine off our streets.”
 

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Plattsburgh man calls police on non-existent intruder, gets arrested for alleged in-home meth lab

by Elizabeth Izzo
April 1, 2019
4:33 PM

Photo courtesy Plattsburgh City Police

Cory Favreau

PLATTSBURGH | A Plattsburgh man called police Sunday morning to report an intruder, only to be taken into custody shortly after officers arrived for allegedly running a meth lab out of his home.

Cory Favreau, 37, was arrested and charged with one count of third-degree unlawful manufacture of methamphetamine, a class D felony, and one count of endangering the welfare of a child, a class A misdemeanor.

Plattsburgh City Police say that Favreau called the department March 31 to report an apparent trespassing in his home at 79 Champlain St.

He told officers when they arrived around 6:10 a.m. that he’d heard something in the attic, prompting him to believe someone had broken in.

Police searched his home and found no sign of an intruder.

But they did find something else.

Officers found chemicals and vessels consistent with the illicit manufacture of methamphetamine, Capt. Brad Kiroy told The Sun.

Favreau, another adult and one child who were living in the home were immediately evacuated from the residence.

The Plattsburgh City Police Narcotics Enforcement Unit and the New York State Police Contaminated Crime Scene Emergency Response Team were dispatched to the scene to further investigate.

The two units executed a search warrant Sunday, and several additional “articles of evidence” beyond the initial findings were recovered, according to Kiroy.

Favreau was taken into custody and arraigned in Plattsburgh City Court Monday morning. He was remanded to the Clinton County Jail with no bail.

“This is an example of public vigilance that can really help our city police fight the scourge of dangerous illicit drugs in our community,” Mayor Colin Read said in a statement. “I very much appreciate all the work of our citizen and officers in keeping methamphetamine off our streets.”
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Florida man arrested for burglarizing cars in jail parking lot moments after being released




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A man was arrested in Florida for allegedly breaking into cars in the jail parking lot moments after he was released, according to police.
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Michael Casey Lewis, 37, was originally arrested on charges of grand theft Thursday morning, the St. Lucie County Sheriff's Department said in a statement.

Lewis had just bonded out of county jail and been released Thursday when deputies said they spotted him behaving suspiciously.
“After being released, deputies in the parking lot of the jail observed Lewis pulling car door handles and learned he had just burglarized several cars right there at the jail,” the statement said.
Surveillance video captured Lewis briefly getting into a silver vehicle and then walking around the rest of the parking lot looking into cars and checking to see whether they were unlocked, according to his arrest affidavit.
One officer approached Lewis, who said he was "waiting for his girlfriend" to pick him up, the affidavit said. The officer noticed he had cigarettes and cash, which is unusual for someone who's just been released from jail.
Another officer confronted Lewis after seeing the surveillance video, and the suspect handed him a brown paper bag he'd taken from a car filled with cigarettes, a debit card, a Florida driver's license and $547 in cash, police said. Lewis had also taken an iPhone 7 worth approximately $1,000, according to the owner who told police she'd accidentally left her car unlocked.
Lewis was then “rebooked” at the jail on additional burglary charges and released again with a bond of $11,250.
 

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Woman Attacks A Guy With Her Crotch

posted by Rachel Estrada

We're not sure what's going on with this story. Was the woman trying to get frisky? Or was she just attacking this guy in a really weird way?
25-year-old Jordin Castro and 27-year-old Jessica Williams were out drinking in Port Salerno, Florida late last month, at a restaurant called The Twisted Tuna. (It's about 30 miles north of West Palm Beach.)
Then around 1:00 A.M., Jordin tried to FIGHT a bunch of people in the parking lot, and punched a valet in the face.
An employee managed to hold him down for a while. Then Jordin tried to get up and keep fighting. But he was too drunk . . . fell forward . . . and slammed his FACE into the ground.
Then, while he was lying on the pavement, Jessica grabbed him by the hair . . . and started slamming his face into her CROTCH. (???)
They both got arrested for disorderly conduct. And Jordin is also facing battery charges for punching the valet.
In his mugshot, he's got blood on his face and a pretty good cut on the bridge of his nose. We're assuming from the ground and not Jessica's crotch.