A lady whose identify is simply known at her Twitter handle as Brisbane has thrilled her fans and followers after she flaunted her two husbands on the social media platform indicating how happy she is finding herself in the arms of two gentlemen.
According to the adorable photos posted by her, the throuple can be seen shedding warm smiles as they admire one another while emitting subtle goals.
A throuple is a relationship that exist between three people and have all unanimously accepted to be in a romantic, loving, relationship coupled with the consent of all peoples involved.
You may also hear a throuple referred to as a three-way relationship, triad, or closed triad.
Meanwhile it is unclear which country or tribe this lady belongs to but just recently, South Africa reviewed some of its laws to allow women to marry more than one man.
According to South Africa's Department of Home Affairs which broke the news that the country is in the process of making a law that will allow women to marry more than one man just as polygamous men do.
Brisbane shared the photos of her polyandry status and wrote;
See photos below;
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