Married lesbian ‘throuple’ from Massachusetts are having a baby

04/27/2014 18:48

Brynn, 34, centre, Kitten, 27, left, and Doll Young, 30, right, on their wedding day. The

THREE married lesbians, who say they are the only ‘throuple’ in the world, are expecting their first child together.

Doll and Brynn Young, from Massachusetts in the US, were dating for 2.5 years when they decided to spice up their relationship with an additional partner.

They met Kitten, 27, through a threesome’s website and the trio got along so well they all married each other last year.

Massachusetts was the first US state to legalise same-sex marriage, although it doesn’t allow polygamy. While their marriage isn’t officially recognised, the ‘throuple’ say their relationship is the real deal.

“In our eyes we are married,” Brynn, 34, told The Sun newspaper . “We had specialist lawyers draw up paperwork so our assets are equally divided,” she said.

“I cried watching Doll and Kitten walk down the aisle towards me with their dads. After we said our vows, Doll and Kitten kissed me first then each other,” she added.

Doll (left) and Brynn (right) Young pat Kitten’s (centre) baby bump. Kitten is even expecting a baby daughter, due in July. Photo: News Dog Media

The trio share a bed and have sex together and in pairs.

After undergoing IVF with an anonymous sperm donor, Kitten is now several months pregnant with the trio’s child.

“The three of us have always wanted kids and wanted to grow our family,” said Kitten.

“We decided that I’d be the one to carry the babies because I’d like to be a full-time mum,” she added.

The three women say they hope to challenge the stigma surrounding polygamy and show the world it is an acceptable choice of love.

“The three of us have been brave enough to stand tall and go against what society calls normal,” Brynn told The Daily Mail .

“I hope our child will feel free to do the same thing if they wish.’

She added: “Doll, Kitten and I may not be the norm but we are perfectly normal. We are simply people trying to live the life that we feel is best for us and we deserve the rights afforded to others.” MobileNews

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