By clicking on or navigating the site, you agree to allow us to collect information on and off Facebook through cookies.Learn more, including about available controls: Cookies Policy.Looking like an exact mix of Kristen Wiig and Maya Rudolph who's always about to cry and who wears her relative frigidity on her sleeve (or, in the case of the scene above, around her neck as represented by a scarf), she is a stick in the mud (but not the butt).She says things like, "Penetration is a big deal for me," and looks dour during the sex that's presented routinely on the show, softcore style.If you don't want polyamory, stay out of a triad. The "mind your own business" mindset gets complicated when those involved make their private lives public.But then, the lives portrayed here are perfectly suited for the format.Jen's behavior is extreme for an extreme show in a genre that is fueled by extreme human behavior. In her meek way, she rules the roost since, as Kamala (a sex therapist, by the way) notes, their group goes "as slow as the person with the shortest legs." Jen's a self-inflicted amputee, a sado-masochist who doesn't need whips or chains. Except, it's different for her than it is for her partners.
There followed an application and an interview for a TV show.Reality TV typically forces its participants to examine themselves closely.In extreme cases, those on screen are deprived of outside stimulation so that their focus turns to the social politics of their living situation.Aside from some declarations of love, and some shoulder stroking, it is as yet unclear just how much sexual contact the two men of this quartet, Tahl and Michael, engage in.Meanwhile, the more Jen reveals, the more mind-boggling her participation in this whole thing is.