Maybe just because I was raised the way I was,' she said.'My parents first gave me the talk when I was seven-years-old. I wasn't interested in talking about it until I started puberty.'I think unlike most kids, I felt comfortable asking my parents questions.Most of my friends could not talk to their parents, they had to figure it out alone and that is where ignorance comes from.And with relationship dynamics evolving, Carl and Kenya use their own experiences to help others wanting to dip their toes in the polyamory pool, which they freely admit is not easy. She matched a vision I had of the woman I was going to marry. If I want something, then Kenya should be able to have that same thing.'Instead of breaking up, Carl and Kenya decided to both became free to have multiple lovers.'Discussing polyamory was extremely difficult at first. It was really challenging,' Kenya admitted.'Two years of discussion and then I went first [on a date].
Kenya told Barcroft TV: 'Carl and I have been open for 12 years.
We enjoy it so much that we support other people coming into this lifestyle.'We deal with every kind of problem, from people cheating on their spouse, people who want to open their relationship and people who want to learn how to relate to one person.'Carl added: 'I think poly relationships are becoming a lot more common.
A business venture for the entreprising couple Carl and Kenya believe in the lifestyle so much that they have turned it into their livelihood - by launching a 'love academy' and becoming relationship coaches that teach people all over the world about polyamory.
They are now sharing their relationship, which has been the model for their coaching business: a 'love academy' called Ju Ju Mama.
Kenya revealed: 'Carl's girlfriends are interesting. I get along with his partners who have so much common sense they don't try to push me out of my place, but for the others it is more challenging.'Carl said: 'In terms of Kenya's partners, I tend to always get along with them.
We are not buddy buddy all the time, but I do get along with them.
And it meant that mummy and daddy could love more people and they just got it.
They didn't have any issues with polyamory.'Their 16-year-old daughter Sanu appreciates her parents' liberal lifestyle, especially when it comes to sex and relationships.'My childhood was pretty normal, it was nothing out of the ordinary for me.
I am glad I did not have to go through that stage.'My parents are really embarrassing. 'Sanu's younger brother Kaheri agrees, and will think about being polyamorous when he's older.
I mean putting aside their lifestyle, they like to dance in public. He said: 'I would not go into something which is clearly not as good as what my parents have.'Further down the line I will definitely consider doing the poly thing, 100 percent.' The couple with Kaheri, Senbi and Sanu, who says: 'My parents first gave me the talk when I was seven-years-old. I wasn't interested in talking about it until I started puberty'Carl and Kenya have never looked back since becoming polyamorous and they firmly believe opening their marriage has made them stronger.
I need a younger man' Explaining how she welcomed a third man (far left) into her life, Kenya recalled: '[Carl] told me to go first and have another boyfriend outside of our marriage.