Jada Pinkett Smith & Daughter Surprisingly Admit They’d Be Down With A 3-Way Relationships

Posted On : June 25, 2019

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Every Monday, Jada Pinkett Smith brings topics of intrigue and controversy to her popular series, Red Table Talk. So far this year she’s discussed infidelity and porn addiction, yet in her most revealing talk to date, she is discussing the idea of a ‘throuple.’ In case you’re unaware, a throuple is a relationship where three people willingly engage with each other romantically and sexually. Although Jada has admitted she’d be down with it, the first person ready to jump at the opportunity is her daughter, Willow.

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At this point there’s nothing off limits for Jada and her co-hosts- daughter, Willow (18), and mother, Adrienne- when they sit at the table and spill their guts. However, after an actual throuple was interviewed during Monday’s new episode, the three ladies offered their own takes on the concept. For starters, Willow admitted that the idea of monogamy is old and outdated, and that the only way she believes real intimacy can be achieved, is from letting go of those ‘ancient’ ideals of one partner for every person. Too Fab reports:

“This is the thing, there’s so many different kinds of people in this world and so many things to learn, so many people to learn from and I don’t see the benefit in not learning those things or not putting myself in a position to learn as much as I possibly can from as many people as I possibly can,” she explained.

Noting that, yes, some people have the wrong intentions when being polyamorous, she’s down if “your intention is to create more love, more understanding, more community, more compassion in your life.”

Willow also admitted that she would be open to the idea of being in a throuple with a male and a female. Adrienne, however, hit everyone with a huge ‘Nah, son!,’ because a throuple ain’t her cup of tea:

“I would not. It doesn’t sit well with me. It doesn’t sit well with me because I feel like I don’t understand this ’emotional commitment,'” she explained. “At the end of the day, I don’t feel like that’s what it’s really about. In my mind, I’m feeling like they’re just trying to enjoy sexual relationships with other people. Just call it what it is.”

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