Meet the polyamorous Brit who lives with two women in the US, raising their children as ‘a throuple’


Jane, Adam and Brooke

Jane, Adam and Brooke

Daily Mirror: This is the man once voted ‘least likely to have a girlfriend’ who now lives with two, raising their children as a threesome. Briti Adam Lyons, 34, is in a polyamorous relationship – having more than one partner at once – with Brooke Shedd, 26, and Jane Shalakhova, 25.

Adam and Brooke have just given birth to a baby boy, Dant – and the ‘throuple’ hope to raise their child together in Los Angeles.

The trio – who share a super-kingsize bed and take it in turns to have romantic date nights together – insist that they can provide a loving family environment for their newborn.

“I started reading about pick-up artists and how you can use psychology to make yourself more attractive. I would practice by standing in Leicester Square at lunchtime and after work, trying to get girls’ phone numbers as they walked past. In no time, I was sleeping with amazing women I could only have dreamed of back at school.” Adam became so knowledge at seducing girls that he started a career as a dating coach – running the popular YouTube channel AFCAdamLondon.

But Adam grew tired of dating multiple women – he says as many as 14 at a time – and yearned for the commitment of a stable relationship. In 2007, Adam met Alexandra (not her real name), who was five years his junior. After dating for a year, they got married and started their new life together in Texas where she was from.

It didn’t work out so in a bid to save their marriage, Adam and Alexandra decided to give polyamory a go. He explains: “Alexandra and I figured that if we had a polyamorous marriage, then perhaps we would have a better chance of staying together.”

“Alexandra started sleeping with a few different guys and I started dating a woman I met in a bar. It was great. I even met and became mates with some of the men Alexandra was dating. It was really good bonding for us – chatting about our sexual exploits was a turn on and we’d go make love to each other afterwards. It helped our relationship.”

But things got complicated between the pair when Alexandra suggested that Adam sleep with one of their mutual friends, Brooke.

Brooke, who worked as a bartender at the time, says: “I had always liked Adam. We had a lot in common and from the moment we met, there was an instant chemistry between us. Over time, our friendship grew into something deeper.”

Adam ended relations with the other women and realised he wanted to end his marriage to Alexandra. Although Adam and Brooke were thrilled to be together finally, neither of them wanted to have a completely monogamous relationship.

Adam says: “It was amazing to be living with Brooke now and I loved hanging out with her and her son, Oliver. But after trying marriage out with Alexandra, I didn’t want to limit myself to being with just one person ever again. I loved the polyamorous lifestyle because it’s okay to date someone else if one partner can’t provide exactly what you need at that time.

A spare in case one can't give you what you need at the time...

A spare in case one can’t give you what you need at the time…

Brooke, from Texas,says: “Equally although I loved Adam, I didn’t want to stop seeing other women. I really pushed for us to have an open relationship too. So Adam and I decided to work as a team and pick up girls to have sex with together.”

Adam and Brooke continued having casual threesomes together but were also looking for a third woman to permanently join their relationship. Then in April 2013, the twosome met photographer, Jane, in a nightclub in Texas and immediately hit it off with her.

Adam says: “I knew Jane was unique from the moment we met her. The three of us clicked as soon as we started chatting. We left the nightclub to go grab some dinner with Jane and then Brooke and I took her back to our house for a few drinks.”

Jane – who is bisexual but who had only been in a monogamous relationship before – says: “I loved how there was no pressure to do anything when I first met Adam and Brooke. We just hung out, spoke and flirted at their house. I had never experimented with polyamorous relationships but with Adam and Brooke, it felt so natural. They were two awesome people. It’s like imagine you meet your soul mate. Now multiply that by two. It’s twice the love.

Jane and Brooke like to get it on and provided a picture to prove that to you.

Jane and Brooke like to get it on and provided a picture to prove that to you.

In early 2014, Brooke, Adam and her son moved to Los Angeles to be nearer to Jane. A few months later, they all bought a house that they could all live in together. After a year of living as a trio, Adam and Brooke just gave birth to a baby boy, Dante in February and they hope to raise him together with Jane. Adam and Brooke strongly believe that three parents are better than two.


Brooke explains: “What’s the difference between explaining to your kid that they have a mum and a dad or that they have three parents that love him? I’m so protective of my children. I feel so lucky that Oliver and Dante will have two other parents who immediately care for him.”

There may even be more babies joining the family. Jane says: “I will have kids in a few years too. Caring for Dante has been good practice. And I know Brooke will be there for me when I’m pregnant.”

The threesome insists that their relationship is like any other normal couple’s. But they say that time management is crucial to the success of their relationship. Brooke explains: “We have to make sure everyone gets time together so every pair has a set date night.”

They are also open to the possibility of adding a permanent, fourth partner to their throuple. Brooke says: “We are committed to each other. But we would be open to adding another person if we met another girl who we liked and fitted into our lifestyle. It’s not something we’re concerned about at the moment, you can’t instantly introduce someone to your life. In the same way that it’s hard to find one person to commit your life to – there’s three of us who have to agree to the next person.”

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11 responses to “Meet the polyamorous Brit who lives with two women in the US, raising their children as ‘a throuple’

  1. Stripped of their contrived rationalizations and window-dressing, the “throuple” are simply following “Do As Thou Wilt” — the motto of satanist Aleister Crowley and the U.S. Church of Satan.

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  2. I wonder why Mr. Adam does not want to invite another male into the ” family ” ?…………He wants more variety for himself but the ” same old ,same old ” for the gals . Well , in this open-ended relationship why doesn’t he want to get in contact with Herr Micha Stunz of ” injection fame ” and let him throw his ” weight ” around ?
    Penis envy probably , he realized in his mind he could not measure up


  3. I really feel sorry for the kids. It seems like all the parents want is sex. I can’t imagine what kind of diseases they have or will contract going through different partners. Just disgusting and definitely an abomination in the sight of The Lord.

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  4. This corruption is part of the reason our society is stupid enough to vote monsters into office.

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  5. If he converts to Islam, he is allowed another wife and a side order of all the infidel concubines he wishes.


  6. Vanity.


  7. The whole logic behind this amounts to that he and his initial wife sought “splitting apart” to “stay together” which is about as logical and rational as expecting stone to become cake. Obviously “brooke” is a bisexual, which even the homosexuals call “greedy”, the other female might be as well.

    All things considered they are advertising a mormon/FLDS/satanic standard, and appear to be basing a “working” relationship solely on corrupted sexual appetites, and anyone with a healthy relationship knows sex is not the chief component of what makes it healthy. The fact that this group of sluts (which is truthfully what they are, especially given wanting to add a 3rd woman.) are getting any positive air time for their grave life mistakes further demonstrates the media’s willingness to act as an advertising agency for satanic “values”.

    To list all the reasons this whole situation is sorrowful, and *not* a healthy environment for a child would require a good deal more than this one comment, but suffice it to say they are all being deceived, and each one of them is being robbed of real life and happiness, in pursuit of what they want over what they *need*. This is a good excuse to pray for the lot of them, and for the child.

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  8. Are we really surprised at this? Entertainment media pushes this stuff all the time. Like TLC. They used to be The Learning Channel, now they are the promiscuous, polygamist, obese white trash channel. Are we still supposed to be learning from them?
    I think in this case a gelding is in order.


  9. sex addiction led by satan….living one’s life through their loins is unhealthy…period.


  10. Pingback: Robert Gagnon vs. J. Daniel Kirk on Homosexuality

  11. Could be interesting and beautiful and good but not with sons ! it is a sin! is a serious issue.


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