To what extent you are willing to go with your family members when it comes to sharing your personal life? Well, whatever that limit is, I am sure you cannot beat this woman who shares her husband with her mom and her sister too. According to Madi Brooks, sharing her family with her husband gives her a break whenever she is not in the mood.
Woman Who Shares Husband With Mom Confesses She Sometimes Let Her Sister Get Involved
TikTok user Madi Brooks has opened up on the social media platform about her personal life and that she is okay with sharing her partner with both her mom and her sister.
Brooks appears to have deleted her TikTok account since initially opening up about her open relationship, but in the video which has been shared by other TikTokers, she can be heard explaining that she can use it to her advantage when she's 'not in the mood.
She explains: "Me and my mum are both swingers and it's great. You know why? Whenever I'm not in the mood, I can just let my husband have her. Yeah I'm that kind of wife. I let my husband have her a couple of times a week."
Brooks is in an open relationship with her husband and her mom and it seems like her younger sister has now joined the bandwagon too.
"You wanna know how I keep my man happy? I let him play with my little sister," she said.
Well, we have heard about swingers and then there are those who are in polyamorous relationships, but what category fits Brooks, it is still confusing to decide on by TikTok users.
Some people have questioned where Brooks goes when her husband's the one who's 'not in the mood', noting that everyone else involved in the relationship is related to her, while others claimed the story of her relationship was enough to turn them off TikTok for a while.
"That's enough TikTok for one year, I'm out," one person wrote.
It is also not clear why Brooks' account has been removed after she opened up about her relationship, in fact, some TikTok users also stepped up to show support for the way she and her family choose to engage with one another.
One supportive person commented: "I don't understand the fuss. if you have 4 consenting adults, who's to judge. live your own life."
Another wrote: "I get way to [sic] jealous to be a swinger with a family member but you do you boo."
YouGov conducted a poll a few months back that showed almost a quarter of Americans think if they get the chance then they would be interested in an open relationship, including 30 percent of husbands who expressed interest along with 21 percent of wives.