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Dimitri’s an ontological architect who builds robots, drives race cars and trucks, and loves his wife and children more than anything in the world. Recently, they’ve opened themselves up to even more criticism (and possibly more heartache) by taking their search to reality TV, where they’re one of the starring families on TLC’s show Aside from the question of why—which Ashley and Dimitri have answered when asked ad nauseam by everyone from their parents to random Instagram followers—their rise in visibility has brought another consideration to the fore: They’re the first black couple to be featured on a national television series about polygamy.
He loves them so much, in fact, that he’d like another set just like them. And, according to many of us, “Black folks just don’t do that.”“Oh yes, we’ve definitely heard that a lot since the show started,” laughs Ashley. It’s been practiced around the world for thousands of years in many cultures, including some in Africa, and plenty of black people in America practice it as well.”ndeed, polygamy is a practice as old as humankind and one that continues in various forms across cultures on every continent, even in places like the United States, where most people purport to be against it.
They’re spiritual, but not religious, well-traveled, and very much in love. But for the thousands of families in the United States who practice polygamy and other poly lifestyles, it’s not only considered normal, but many of them believe it’s the best way to go.
It’s hard to articulate why this made me uncomfortable but this feeling was hard to shake.As I waited for my Tinder date to arrive, I got deeper and deeper into his social media.Sitting at the bar of a dimly-lit Toronto restaurant, I swiped through his Facebook photos to see a) if any of his girlfriends had mysteriously died or vanished à la Joe Goldberg or b) if any of them were Black.That’s down from 93 percent in 2001, but for perspective, 55 percent of people polled find abortion morally objectionable, and that is largely thought to be the biggest moral issue of our time. Shows such as in 2006, was a scripted show, reality TV has largely been polygamy’s entertainment bread and butter. Not only are they black, they are also nonreligious.It’s hard to take the moral objections too seriously, though, when the popularity of polygamy has seemingly exploded in U. And, before now, all of those featured have been white and most all have been fundamentalist Mormon. The Atlanta-based couple defy all the established definitions of what a polygamist family in the U. They opt instead for a spirituality that blends Dimitri’s Afro-Cuban heritage with Ashley’s African-American heritage, deep reverence for nature, and knowledge of indigenous spiritualities.
I didn’t want to totally write him off for his strange Insta-shrine but I couldn’t get over how uncomfortable it made me feel.