Pondering Polyandry

Pondering Polyandry

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If I were to ever sacrifice my single life it couldn’t be to just one man. But polyandry and a few “brother-husbands” might just do the trick.

Pondering Polyandry

Watching the reality TV show Sister Wives got me to thinking about polygamy — but for women. Was there such a thing? I googled it and sure enough, there it was: polyandry. And “brother husbands” too along with numerous definitions and examples, ranging from the Urban Dictionary to pages and pages of search results. That got me fantasizing about all the husbands I could have … (camera dissolve and dreamy harp sound inserted here).

Hubby No. 1 is the Intellectual. He’s a mathematician or biologist or engineer or rocket scientist. We do IQ tests together for fun. He’s physically gifted in the nether-regions and outstanding in the sack. He knows sex is 85 percent mental.

Hubby No. 2 is the Artist. He’s probably a bass player as I have a thing for bass players. (However, I also have a thing for singers, drummers, guitarists, keyboardists, graffiti artists, poets, writers, filmmakers, lyricists, painters, jewelry designers, photographers, heterosexual interior and clothing designers and restorers). We see a lot of live shows together. He’s physically gifted in the nether-regions and outstanding in the sack. He knows sex is 85 percent emotional.

Hubby No. 3 is the Pilot. Gotta have a pilot. Preferably like an F-18, Thunderbird, Blue Angel type. We talk aviation, go to the best international air shows and play in flight simulators together. He’s physically gifted in the nether-regions and outstanding in the sack. He knows sex is 85 percent ego.

Hubby No. 4 is the Adventurer. He owns a resort in Costa Rica and travels the world to find ways to improve his business. We travel a lot and attempt coitus while skydiving. We go to Vegas and I dress up like an impossibly expensive call girl and hang on his arm like a good luck charm as he plays craps while wearing an Armani tux. He’s physically gifted in the nether-regions and outstanding in the sack. He knows sex is 85 percent adrenaline.

Hubby No. 5 is the Hot Guy. He has absolutely nothing else to offer except that he looks like a model and humps like a porn star. We do it in inappropriate places. He’s physically gifted in the nether-regions and outstanding in the sack. He knows sex is 85 percent about being hot.

Hubby No. 6 is the Comedian. He has a dark side, which is where his sense of humor comes from. He is self-deprecating — not because he hates himself, but because he knows who he is. We are easy, breezy, beautiful and giggle a lot. He’s physically gifted in the nether-regions and outstanding in the sack. He knows sex is 85 percent fun.

Hubby No. 7 is the Philanthropist. He is a Big Brother, Scout leader, AA sponsor, pet rescuer, fund-raising-5K-runner, foster parent, volunteer and mentor. We take kids to whatever fun stuff they’re interested in but have never experienced. He’s physically gifted in the nether-regions and outstanding in the sack. He knows sex is 85 percent giving.

Hubby No. 8 is the Spiritualist. He is into astrology, shamanism, soul mates, enlightenment, meditation, philosophy of religion, reincarnation, out-of-body experiences, past life regression. We get high and commune with nature and each other. He’s physically gifted in the nether-regions and outstanding in the sack. He knows sex is 85 percent soul.

Hubby No. 9 is the Tough Guy. He has a motorcycle and/or muscle car, tattoos, is probably a carpenter or builder or bodyguard or bouncer or some type of hands-on guy (usually on me). He may have done time. People mistake his brawn for lack of intelligence but he’s thoughtful, introspective, observant and absolutely adores me. He “sees” me like the blue female in Avatar. We go to car shows, bike shows, have picnics in the park (his idea), go camping and take spontaneous road trips to Death Valley. He’s physically gifted in the nether-regions and outstanding in the sack.  He knows sex is 85 percent brawn.

When I started writing this I thought I’d only need about 4 or 5 husbands. I’m already up to No. 9. Is it any wonder why I’m still single and really want to stay that way? Unless of course, polyandry and having brother-husbands really is an option!

Copyright © Fontaine J. Marsi /2016 Singular Communications, LLC

Fontaine J. Marsi
Fontaine J. Marsi, originally from Amsterdam, is a former news anchor, a single mom, and currently a helicopter pilot and flight instructor living in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA.

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