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Brazilian Man With Nine Wives Created ‘Sex Rota’ To Schedule Them All In

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A Brazilian man with nine “wives” went viral after holding a wedding celebration for him and his partners as a “protest against monogamy” to “celebrate free love.”

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Arthur Urso was already legally married to his first “wife,” Luana Kazaki, and she is the only one of the women that he is legally married to, as polygamy is illegal in Brazil where they all live. Urso and Kazaki are swingers, and they held the unofficial ceremony in a church in Sao Paolo with the eight other women present in wedding gowns to join their marriage. 

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As part of their polygamous married life, Urso had originally created a “sex rota” for his wives to ensure that they all had their own time with him away from the other wives, but found that the rota was turning their sex life into a chore, and it has since been ditched.

“They all want to fulfill my sexuality at any cost. They are happy to make it their goal. Our sex life is really fun and pleasurable, and initially I tried to have sex by appointment,” Urso said. “But following a timetable caused a lot of problems and sometimes I felt like I had to have sex because of the schedule, and not for pleasure. On other occasions, I had sex with one wife while thinking about another.”

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Since getting rid of the sex schedule, Urso says that they let things “flow naturally.”

“It doesn’t take long to get attention or affection when you have that many wives. It didn’t seem right so we got rid of it and now the sex flows naturally, it’s been great. It is very fun, pleasurable and unique to experience everything collectively, and they are all very different in bed.”

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“One of them, I won’t name her to keep her privacy, likes to be dominant and I like a woman who tells me what she wants,” Urso said.

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With that many people under one roof vying for attention, it can be easy for jealousy to spark and cause issues.

“When I have given one of them an expensive gift and another a smaller or cheaper one, there has been jealousy among them,” Urso said of the experience. “They all demand attention, affection and sex to be part of our everyday life, and I can’t do more for one than the other. I’m still learning about our relationship.”

One of the wives wasn’t cut out for their polygamous lifestyle and has since left to seek out a monogamous life.

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“She wanted to have me all to herself,” Urso said. “It didn’t make sense – we have to share. I was very sad about the separation and even more surprised by her excuse. She said that she was missing a monogamous relationship. My other wives thought her attitude was wrong and that she accepted the marriage for adventure and not for real feelings.”

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“I know I’ve lost a wife, but I’m not going to replace her at the moment.”