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Sister Wives’ Kody Brown [Exclusive Interview] ML: 152

Join us for a special episode of “Mormonism LIVE,” where hosts Bill Reel & RFM (Radio Free Mormon) sit down with Kody Brown, one of the central figures from the popular TV show “Sister Wives.” In this exclusive interview, we delve deep into the world of polygamy, exploring both the personal and cultural aspects of this controversial practice. Kody Brown has opened up his life to the public through the hit reality series “Sister Wives.” Together, they navigate the complexities and challenges of plural marriage, giving viewers a unique perspective into a lifestyle that is both intriguing and controversial. In this candid conversation, Kody shares his experiences, insights, and reflections on living plural marriage within the context of his faith. RFM and Bill Reel, known for their thoughtful and probing discussions on Mormonism, bring their expertise to bear on this fascinating subject. They will guide the conversation with sensitivity, seeking to foster understanding and promote meaningful dialogue around the complexities of faith, family, and relationships. Whether you’re a long-time fan of “Sister Wives,” someone with a curiosity about alternative family structures, or simply interested in exploring the diverse tapestry of religious beliefs, this interview promises to be an enlightening and thought-provoking experience. Tune in for a captivating discussion that delves into the heart of a lifestyle that challenges societal norms and offers a window into a world often hidden from public view.


1 thought on “Sister Wives’ Kody Brown [Exclusive Interview] ML: 152”

  1. I have watched Sister Wives from the beginning and this episode confirmed my assessment that Kody, like other men who believe in polygamy, is deluded and self-serving. The idea that men biologically want/need more women so polygamy makes sense, is just juvenile. Everybody wants more sex. Everyone is attracted to others, even when they are committed monogamists. There is nothing special about men in this regard.

    Marriage can be a wonderful and fulfilling partnership. But I posit that no one who believes in patriarchy truly has a partnership. Even if you believe you have a partnership, there is an element of inequity.

    While I see the draw for some women to polygamy, the situation with Meri revealed its fundamental flaw. Meri became an empty-nester while Kody was still busy raising dozens of kids. Aside from Kody’s other issues, this circumstance made it impossible for Kody to be a true life partner to Meri. Polygamy always short changes someone which prevents it from being the ideal model for families.

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