Tattooed ‘trouple’ upsets Christian neighbors with their relationship

When a ‘troupe’ bought a new home together to cement their three-way relationship, they had no idea their unusual romance would offend them.

A group living in a Christian community has detailed the abuse they face from their neighbors who claimed their unusual relationship was “not what God intended”.

Tattoo artist Oscar Gonzalez, 38, from Puerto Rico, met bartender Sammie Sewell, 23, during a trip to the United States in 2020.

The two said sparks flew instantly and they quickly became an item, initially having a long distance relationship until Sammie decided to join Oscar.

However, the couple soon decided to start “experimenting” by bringing a third partner into the mix for casual encounters.

They liked it so much they decided to bring in a third partner permanently and eventually met 22-year-old Amanda Quiles on Tinder, with the trio admitting they all clicked instantly.

“The three of us have been together for two years and three months, live now

together – we even bought a house,” Oscar said.

“We split the bills and live under the same roof, we’re practically married in every way.

“Although three people cannot legally marry where we live, we have discussed having an informal ceremony once we have celebrated our fifth anniversary.”

Despite the unusual love arrangement, the trio admit they get jealous from time to time.

“We get jealous sometimes, but it’s a human emotion and you have to deal with it,” Oscar said, adding that their families accepted them as a trio.

“My family is incredibly supportive, Sammie’s too, and so is Amanda’s mom, but the rest of her family is not,” he said.

“Amanda’s extended family is extremely religious and does not approve of our relationship or our lifestyle.”

“But luckily my mum knows I live with two other women and she’s really understanding.”

But it’s not just Amanda’s family who are grappling with the situation, after the trio bought a new home in a Christian community.

Puerto Rico is a very Catholic country and walking around in public with two women sometimes attracts “unfriendly” attention.

“We were told our relationship wasn’t what God wanted and it was hard to hear,” Oscar said.

“We sometimes get weird looks from strangers on the street when they see me with two girls,” he said.

“Social media also has a lot to say about our lifestyle as we are very open with what we post on Instagram.

“People leave comments quoting Bible verses and saying things like ‘God only wanted you to be with one woman’, ‘You must have a personality disorder’, and they say we must have low self-esteem. self.

“But we don’t care much about what they have to say; they are just jealous that we feel.

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