Kody Brown: Sister Wives Can't Fulfill My Needs

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Kody Brown of Sister Wives fame says that even four wives can't fulfill all his needs. Just imagine how regular people with one spouse feel, right?!??!

In the TLC family's all-new book, Becoming Sister Wives, Kody admits that neither Meri, Janelle, Robyn nor Christine totally fulfill all of his cravings.

"To be honest, I'm not sure if any one of my wives could fulfill all of my needs, nor do I believe that I fulfill all of theirs," muses the dad of 17.

Kody Brown, Sister Wives Photo

Kody then expounds on things that make each of his better halves so special:

"Janelle and I can talk business. With Christine I can enjoy the lightness of being together. With Meri the world is structured and organized, her house is peaceful and in order."

"When Robyn came into the family, she brought about an emotional honesty that required me to start dealing with things I'd avoided."

Regarding sex, Kody writes, "All I'm going to say is that I don't think my marriages are much different from anyone else's in that respect."

"The one constant is that I keep my marriages distinct and discreet," he stresses. "There is no overlap, no 'sharing,' nothing untoward or salacious."

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I find this whole Sister Wives interesting, I'd like to know what drives these women to agree to this sort of arrangement. Each woman seems to be intelligent and independant and good mothers. Why do they go along with this?


Maybe if he just had one spouse to worry about he would be able to take care of her. What a jerk.


We live in a world where there is no black and white, no right and wrong; if it feels good or can be attributed to "religious beliefs" it's accepted. Instead of being horrified by a man rotating beds, making too many babies (why don't you adopt a couple if you can truly care for so many kids), and the sheer sexist, "keep women in their place" mentality, we accept it, watch the TV show, and buy the book--rewarding what should horrify us. No victim here, they say. All in by choice...I just wish more people would choose not to support it.