Many Successful Gay Marriages Share an Open Secret
By SCOTT JAMES
The New York Times/Bay Area Reporter
When Rio and Ray married in 2008, the Bay Area women omitted two words from their wedding vows: fidelity and monogamy.
'I take it as a gift that someone will be that open and honest and sharing with me,' said Rio, using the word 'open' to describe their marriage.
Love brought the middle-age couple together - they wed during California's brief legal window for same-sex marriage. But they knew from the beginning that their bond would be forged on their own terms, including what they call 'play' with other women.
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