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Living A Poly Life With Special Guest, Praedian Montgomery

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Tonight, on It's Real Talk Radio, we will be joined by special guest Praedian Montgomery, and the topic of discussion is poly life. Don't let the witty wordplay and intellect of this brother fool you. Praedian is a native of Baltimore City and is from the hood! But having been raised by great parents who are career professionals, you would never know. Just as well as he can talk evolution and astrophysics, he could point you to the weed man, dope boys, and let you know which neighborhoods to stay away from, if you a'int about that life.

So how did we get here? Well Praedian is a childhood friend of host Tay Real, and after reconnecting and engaging in some intriguing debates via Facebook, they agreed that an official discussion on air would make for some great dialogue.

Praedian, the son of monogamous parents, has grown an interest in poly, in recent years. How or why? Well that's what we're here to find out today. Polyamory in America has become increasingly popular, after being frowned upon for ages. But is it really that bad? Are poly people really the true domestic outlaws of America, or are they just misunderstood and to be more direct, hated on? One could argue, the reason most people are so against plural relationships and plural marriages is that they themselves lack the ability to successfully live the lifestyle, so from the opposing perspective, they see participants as having their cake and eating it too.

We must acknowledge that statistically speaking, around 30 to 40% of Americans couples cheat, and this is just from what is documented. What about all of the couples who don't put their business out on social media and share with everyone? It's reasonable to assume those #'s are 20 to 30% higher!

But in plural relationships, you don't have that issue so much. Time to get real!