Kody Brown & Wives Try To Convince Another Married Couple To Become Polygamists!

Mon, November 7, 2011 11:30am EDT by 26 Comments
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bess

Posted at 1:23 AM on June 25, 2012  

What’s your problem? Your narrow minded bigotry is showing. You might try being more openminded about other peoples lifestyles whether its based on third faith or other factors

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Tanalyn

Posted at 2:50 AM on April 20, 2012  

If this planet could accept that the idea of ‘each to their own’ it would be a much happier place. The wives seem happy, who are we to judge – the only strife in their life is the rest of the planet thinking that they have a right to judge. These women do not seem to be suppressed, the one works from what I can see, the women seem to rule the house and have the right to choose this lifestyle. If it was abusive then that is different – but it is not…. OK there are days that I would love to have more than one man around the house… but then I am happily married to 1 man and will stay that way because that is what I believe is right for me.

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Travertine

Posted at 9:06 PM on December 4, 2011  

This is all staged for tv. REally, the 1st wife is no more then a Madam for the husband, picking out and directing his harem. The kids are all suffering, no matter how much the adults want to deny it. They ignore their kids very evident trauma in order to justify their poor decisions. If they let the reality sink in, they probably couldn’t live with themselves. So they delude themselves that they are just like everyone else because they LOOOOVE eachother. And he says he has post traumatic syndrome due to the move to LV where people are mean to them.

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hayley

Posted at 5:07 PM on November 27, 2011  

When you adults are happy do you guys realy think that the kids are all happy about it

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Clarissa

Posted at 5:57 PM on November 11, 2011  

Seriously, where the heck is the “commandment” that extols polygamy? In the fake church of Mormon? Anyone ever read the history of that so called “religion?” The only commandments we know of makes a big deal of not sleeping around. The fact that they want to “be like God” is telling. And lethal.

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Judu

Posted at 8:20 AM on November 11, 2011  

These people are So Far Gone! Man, I wouldn’t take advice from misogynistic Kody Brown ever. He’s such a little hypocrite and his unwise decisions are what is tearing his family apart! Look at all the fighting his multiple marriages have caused! Everyone likes to blame Hunter’s attitude on the move, but seriously it is all because of the lifestyle he is forced to live and I do not blame him.

Kody likes to pretend like he’s some people-loving-hugger, but he really only looks out for himself. Why is it that him having as many wives as he fancies is perfectly fine, but for a woman to do the same (but vise versa) is dirty? Hypocrite, check yourself!

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sammy

Posted at 11:29 AM on November 10, 2011  

I hope the dad of robins kids takes them away from that life style

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sammy

Posted at 11:24 AM on November 10, 2011  

I think andy and nicole shouldnt add another wife if they are happy with each other. Kody is masochistic pig. You can see he has control issues though. I can definitely see Meri leaving the bunch and pursuing a one man, one woman union. But I see the other three staying with kody.

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Judu

Posted at 8:22 AM on November 11, 2011  

I agree, and he chose docile woman intentionally so that they would not argue with him! The man is so crafty and untrustworthy in my opinion. How on earth are you “married” to one woman, but prowling around for another wife??

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Kris

Posted at 10:48 PM on November 9, 2011  

I found it very telling when during the courtship of Robin, Kody and Meri went for their anniversary and were discussing him being with Robin. She asked him what if she wanted to have another husband and he replied something close to that being ‘disgusting’ hmmmmm…… How’s that Kody? What’s good for the Gander is not good for the goose? I can’t believe that polygamist’s got the women thinking that they aren’t good enough to go to Heaven if they don’t have a man to get them there. What a bunch of CRAP!!!! Irritates the **** out of me! Did kindof seem like the first three wives got along pretty good before Kody decided he needed another woman. He must have an ego the size of Montana.

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Judu

Posted at 8:23 AM on November 11, 2011  

And he is nothing to look at, seriously the man looks like a gopher.

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Jean

Posted at 7:04 PM on November 8, 2011  

In my opion, Andy and Nicole’s relationship seems great “as is” and if I were in their shoes I would leave it that way. It’s working. The fact that they are not sure themselves, of what to do, could only lead them into a troubled marriage down the road. However, I believe that Cody feels very comfortable and natural with what he is doing. Therefore, it is right for him and his family. Wasn’t it really Meri who picked out all the other wives for Cody? This probably helped a lot with any jealousy issues.
I was married for 20 years and most of the time my husband came home from work, ate dinner and then went to the bedroom to watch television. Even when he was home he really wasn’t there for his son or me. Cody, on the other hand seems to interacts with his children all the time. He takes them camping, to his parents farm, bowling, etc. etc. They always seem to be doing something “together” as a family should. If everyone had Cody’s disposition (and/or his wives) what a nice world we would live in. They never yell; they seem to communicate; reason; they “listen” to each other. I like their relationship and I would probably would have done the same if it was legal years ago.
I would like to know why Andy was arrested. It flashed on the screen on the November 6th episode. Does anyone know why?

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Cheryl

Posted at 9:56 PM on November 7, 2011  

I don’t know what you were watching, but I did not see any of the Browns “Urging” their friends to take more wives. What I saw was their friends asking for the Browns advice because they were having trouble entering into a poligamist marriage. They did not push their beliefs on anyone, they answered questions that were asked with their experience. Kody states that there are many families in their religion that choose not to live this way, and it is acceptable to them because everyone has the freedom of choice. In the past, plural marriage enabled women to further their education – knowing that their children were well cared for. Some women were able to fight for women’s rights (including the right to vote) and still have their families along with the support of their husband.

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Jennifer

Posted at 9:12 PM on November 14, 2011  

Well said. I was going to say the exact same thing.

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K

Posted at 5:35 PM on November 7, 2011  

Hey Andy: If it ain’t broke, don’t try to fix it. One good relationship is better than 2 (or more) crappy ones.

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Elle

Posted at 3:45 PM on November 7, 2011  

It’s sad that they feel like they have to pressure this other couple to do the same things they do, even though it is obviously out of their comfort zone. If I went to another couples house and they started trying to get me to do something I wasn’t comfortable with inside my relationship, I wouldn’t be over there at all anymore, needless to say.

If you want to have a relationship with more than one person, awesome, but don’t pressure other people who aren’t exactly on board to get in on it too. That’s disgusting.

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gbtw

Posted at 6:33 PM on November 7, 2011  

thing is- i take it this couple already IS in “it”. they are a part of that sect, they are members of that group that believes in polygamy, etc.- they just have been members without following the rules and beliefs of their own “faith”. what i don’t get is why they feel so tied and committed to do something that feels so wrong to them. but, i guess, religious people of one kind or another stay with a lot of religions even when it doesn’t feel 100% right to them. i am fascinated by this whole thing, i must admit. i watched a few episodes on demand the other night, and it’s definitely hard to pigeonhole some of these people. i met some closeted polygamists, once upon a time, and you know- other than the weird marriage thing, they are good moral people, kind, etc. At least, the ones i met were. none of these guys on tv are all bad, and they don’t all have the obvious issues i’d have thought they had. i think if you were raised in this household, you just don’t think of living a life any differently and you have a hard time escaping it the same way that people in a poor small town can’t seem to escape to the millions of opportunities right at there front door. and then there is kody’s newest wife— is she new to this “faith”? i somehow think the smile will be off of her face the moment kody starts courting his next wife and she’s no longer sitting pretty in the new seat with all of the attention because she’s pregnant. it’s all just so odd. i wouldn’t care at all (to each is own) if i didn’t see the unhappy kids that are certainly treated like outcasts the moment anybody knows their background. to me, it’s all just a weird backwards carryover that has somehow survived progress—

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Jessie

Posted at 3:31 PM on November 7, 2011  

Polygamy is so wrong! Demeaning to the women, too many children to have an active dad. They just lie to themselves!

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Precious

Posted at 2:56 PM on November 8, 2011  

I agree that this lifestyle is demeaning to women and the children need a full-time Dad. I respect other peoples religion but do not understand this at all. I find this man Cody to be gross and disgusting. Just my opinion.

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Jancis M. Andrews

Posted at 2:10 PM on November 7, 2011  

This awful sect with its subservient, ignorant women do great harm to mainstream women. Their behaviour teaches the ancient double standard that men can sleep around and have many sex partners, but a woman must remain faithful to one man or else she’s a whore. Moreover, they teach this disgusting philosophy to their innocent children, who deserve better, especially the girls. They also teach that women’s raison d’etre is to serve men, not only in the bedroom but also by doing all the housework, cooking, etc. In other words, women are still chattels. And if the housework gets too heavy, then get another woman to become yet another “celestial wife” i.e., domestic servant, in order to spare the man the chore of having to help with the dishes. There can be no equality within such a situation, which amounts to a man collecting women as concubines in his harem. Christ must look down on the abuses being committed in His holy name, and weep. While the Old Testament condones polygamy, the New Testament condemns it. (See Matthew 19, 3-9; First Epistle Paul to Timothy 3, 1,2 and 12; and the Epistle of Paul to Titus, 1: 4-7) These sick people don’t seem to realize that the year is 2011 AD, not 2011 BC.

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Amanda

Posted at 1:03 PM on November 7, 2011  

It makes me sick that they don’t want to be in a plural marriage but feel that they “have” to because that’s what their church has told them to do. So gross! I’m catholic but do I do everything the church tells me? No i don’t, because I have my own mind and will do what is right for ME. Not what someone else tells me to do. Hopefully these 2 see that they are happy the way they are and shouldn’t change that for anyone.

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Wicked1

Posted at 11:23 AM on November 7, 2011  

Btw: What disgusting, delusional, and chauvinistic men these polygamists are. Why exactly do these guys feel its their duty to clone themselves as many times as possible? Its bad enough some people can’t (won’t) stop having kids (we recently reached 7 billion people on this planet). I honestly don’t know how these “sister-wives” can really have any respect for each other or themselves. This just seems like megalomania and gluttony to me. That’s before my general disdain for religious cults (I call all religions that, btw, I don’t bother singling Mormons out because their silly book isn’t as old).

People need to wake up and realize that its not cool to have a bunch of children. Look how fast our population is growing. More importantly, look how that RATE is increasing as well. Its not only growing, but growing FASTER for every person we add. Yet we have these people, and the family with 19 children (and counting!). Disgusting.

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gbtw

Posted at 6:39 PM on November 7, 2011  

agree with a lot, but feel compelled to say that mormons have more disdain for these guys than you do (b/c of the bad name they consistently give them). kody’s sect may call themselves mormons (do they?), but the mainstream church has disowned them. much the same as most muslims have disowned the fundamentalists who became terrorists. if you have a disdain for all religions, the difference may be insignificant to you- but it’s a pity to smear all mormons b/c of this one group that has been denounced by their church. so, when you say you’re not singling out mormons… you should be saying you don’t single out polygamists, that’s all. :)

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Judu

Posted at 8:32 AM on November 11, 2011  

Honestly, I have no problem with the Duggars. So they have 19 children (and counting), so? You may believe differently, but the simple fact is that by choosing to have the kids that they do, they refrain from killing them.

Because that is what contraceptives do, they kill the unborn fetus. If they keep getting pregnant, it is my honest belief that it is God who wants them to keep producing and at least their relationship is actually HAPPY.

They are in Monogamous marriage unlike Kody and his ‘wives’ (it is illegal to have more than one…) and their kids are lovely, kind and healthy. There is nothing wrong with them.

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Wicked1

Posted at 11:14 AM on November 7, 2011  

Could we get a proofread before publishing? I’m no nit for grammar or the odd misspelling, but there were at least three points in this article that I was forced to read more than once because words were transposed or forgotten. Looks really bad for the author.

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Don't judge

Posted at 5:24 AM on March 30, 2012  

I don’t anyone has the right to judge the Browns or anyone else for that matter! If people live there lives & don’t harm anyone and work and contribute then leave them alone! Just like I don’t have the right to judge any of you for the way you live your lives. So think twice before judging other people look at your self and make yourself better first.

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