Married Couple Forms THROUPLE With Husband apos;s Female Best Friend

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When a married woman wanted to explore her bisexual side with her husband's best friend, the trio realized it was a great fit for everyone involved — and they've now formed a throuple.
Actor Justin Rupple, 38, and his real estate associate wife Katy Rupple, 39, have been married since 2013, and the two have always had open communication about Katy's bisexuality — and her desire to explore it.
So last year, the pair decided to take the plunge with Justin's longtime friend Claire Thornhill, 36 — and it went so well that they've formed a polyamorous relationship and now all live together in [/news/los-angeles/index.html Los Angeles].
When a married woman wanted to explore her bisexual side with her husband's best friend, the trio realized it was a great fit for everyone involved — and they've now formed a throuple
Actor Justin Rupple, 38, and his real estate associate Katy Rupple, 39, have been married since 2013, and the two have always had open communication about Katy's bisexuality — and her desire to explore it
Last year, the pair decided to take the plunge with Justin's longtime friend Claire Thornhill, 36 — and it went so well that they've formed a polyamorous relationship and now all live together in Los Angeles
All three grew up near each other in the Seattle area but didn't meet until adulthood.
Justin met Claire, a marketing executive, in college in 2004, and the pair immediately became best friends. 
In 2006, he met Katy at one of his comedy shows and found they had an instant spark, so they started dating immediately. 
In 2013, Katy and Justin tied the knot, and were open from the beginning about what they hoped to get out of their marriage — which, it turns out, included Justin's friend Claire.
Claire explained: 'Shortly after they wed, they had an open discussion about what they wanted in their partnership. 
'The topic of Katy's sexuality led them to talk about me — the friend she was attracted to on Justin's social media posts.
'After years of discussions, they finally decided to reach out to me.

Katy and Justin wanted to make sure their feelings didn't ruin the friendship they had with me, especially if the attraction wasn't mutual,' she went on.
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Justin and Katy (pictured) met in 2006 and married in 2013.

They discussed what they wanted out of the partnership from the beginning
Katy expressed an interest in his longtime friend Claire, so they approached her about joining them
'At first it was a surprise, as I had never been approached like this before,' Claire admitted.

'Despite this, the surprise was welcomed as I had always had feelings for both men and women.
'I never knew it was a possibility, but the friendship Justin and I had and my attraction to them both, made it exciting — we were instantly in love.' 
In the beginning, Justin and Katy were living in LA and Claire was in Seattle, so they had a long-distance relationship.

But after two years, Claire said they 'couldn't take the distance' so they all moved in together in LA.
For the trio, being in a polyamorous relationship is about teamwork. They share love, goals, and personality traits. 
'We are never alone unless we want to be and we discuss decisions as a unit,' said Claire.
'Sometimes, two of us share a hobby and one of us doesn't — but this allows everyone to enjoy their own activities with someone who loves it like they do.' 
Communication is of upmost importance for the throuple.

Tthey're able to discuss decisions as a unit and back each other up on personal endeavors and they feel lucky to have a relationship where they love each other equally. 
'I never knew it was a possibility, but the friendship Justin and I had and my attraction to them both, made it exciting — we were instantly in love,' Claire said
For the trio, being in a polyamorous relationship is about teamwork.

They share love, goals, and personality traits
'If someone is experiencing hardship, there's always a support team and we want people to see that our relationship works for who we are and we're not pushing for others to be like us, but rather see that we aren't different,' said Claire. 
'As humans, we're capable of loving multiple people completely without diminishing the love we have for any one individual and we're extremely lucky to have found each other.
'We are proud of our partnership and want others to know that you don't have to feel shame for simply loving people.'
Luckily for the trio, their family and friends have been very supportive of their relationship and they love seeing them happy together. 
'Sometimes, it feels a little like we are at summer camp with our best friends, except we are now adults with money,' Claire said. 
'We are very blessed to have a supportive family unit as when they see us together, they say it just makes sense.'
They also have a large fanbase online and mostly receive positive comments about their relationship.
'Sometimes, two of us share a hobby and one of us doesn't — but this allows everyone to enjoy their own activities with someone who loves it like they do,' said Claire
'As humans, we're capable of loving multiple people completely without diminishing the love we have for any one individual and we're extremely lucky to have found each other,' said Claire
Luckily for the trio, their family and friends have been very supportive of their relationship and they love seeing them happy together
'Many people who know me online say, "Oh yeah, this makes sense for you," but the majority of comments are positive and supportive,' she said.
However, there have been a odd few hateful comments, including homophobic slurs and trolls who say, 'You're ruining the sanctity of marriage.' But the throuple chooses to ignore these people, and accept that they can't control how other people view their relationship.
'Usually, the ones who aren't so nice are from anonymous pages, meaning they just want to spew anger which is to be expected with anything on the web,' Claire said.
'It's easy to let negativity roll off our backs because we are in love and this creates quite the protective barrier from strangers online
'There are the occasional head turns and cat call comments from men, but you can't control other people or how they feel and we enjoy each other's company so much that we won't let it bother us.'
Although they sometimes have feelings of jealousy, they trust each other completely and share these feelings immediately, talking about it as a group. 
'Jealousy is a human emotion and we'd be lying if we said that doesn't come up.

As and when it does, we share it immediately and talk about it as a group, where we never deny any emotion,' said Claire.
They also have a large fanbase online and mostly receive positive comments about their relationship
There have been a odd few hateful comments, including homophobic slurs, but they don't let the cruelty get them down
'We trust each other and that's the only way to make any relationship work — when you feel truly accepted by your partner(s), simple feelings like attraction and fear of abandonment aren't that scary.' 
For the future, they hope to continue pursuing their dreams together and are excited for the many years to come. 
Currently, the trio are working from home together and keep track of their schedules on a calendar, where they talk to each other constantly about their feelings, desires and the direction in which they are headed. 
She also shared a message for www.theclause.org those who feel uncomfortable about being open about unconventional relationships.
'If you feel shame about who you are or who you love, just know that there are people out there just like you and you're not alone,' she said.
'Love is the act of putting someone's well-being ahead of yours, so never let someone else's self doubt and fear dictate who you want to be — follow your heart and be honest with yourself.'