‘Throuple’ cut off from family for being ‘godless’ now plans to have a baby together

A THROUP has revealed that he was disowned by his family for being in an “ungodly” relationship – but is now considering having a baby.

High school sweetheart Joel Forchue, 24, and Mickey Pagan, 22, met in Rhode Island in 2015.


The throuples were disowned by their families but are now considering starting a familyCredit: @ _throupletrouble / mediadrumworld

They quickly became interested in each other and started dating, staying together after high school, and starting a life together.

Mickey had always known she was bisexual and Joel joked with her, saying he was going to have “five wives” and “babies everywhere, of all nationalities”.

One day Mickey called his bluff and suggested they find a girlfriend.

In September 2020, Joel met 22-year-old Jaida Cutino on MeetMe, an app that allowed people to chat and make friends.

Listening to them chat, Mickey realized that she also had interests in common with Jaida.

Over time, the couple would wait for Jaida to come online to chat with her and Jaida would wait for the couple.

On November 16, 2020, Mickey and Joel asked Jaida to be their girlfriend and soon after, Joel knelt down and asked Mickey for his hand in marriage.

To fight against the jealousy that can arise in their relationship, the trio claim to stay true to themselves and their intentions and remember that no one is loved more than the other.

When they have a moment of jealousy, they always reassure themselves and make sure that these thoughts don’t escalate.

But it was not all smooth sailing.

Despite their love for each other, Jaida and Joel have lost touch with their family members because of their relationship.

Jaida’s mother doesn’t speak to her anymore and Jaida says that she feels like she’s been denied.

Joel’s mother has also stopped talking to him, but he says his younger family members have been much more supportive of him.

Jaida said: “My family doesn’t agree with this, they say a man is supposed to be with a woman and he is not supposed to have any additional partners.

“I was really upset and hurt because I’m such a great member of the family and there was a time when I was really depressed and unhappy with the situation.

“I still hope that one day they will accept Joel and Mickey but I don’t see it moving in that direction.

“Sometimes my family invites me to a party but tells me to come alone and that I shouldn’t bring the people I love.”

The herd say that people tell them they are “going to hell” or that they are “ungodly”, but the trio retaliate and say that they go to church and pray before they eat, when they wake up and when they go to bed and feel incredibly close to God.

Micke said, “Being in a triad is like having two best friends and life partners instead of one.

“We are never alone and there is always someone else to talk to.

We don’t see our relationship any differently and go through life like everyone else.

“Fortunately my mother is very open and tolerant, she says she now has four children – she always called Joel her son and now she calls Jaida her daughter.

“I want people to know that we are all lucky, not just Joel, me and Jaida are lucky too.

“People say we are not godly because of our relationship, but we are incredibly close to God and try to be closer and closer every day.

“If one of us gets pregnant, Joel wants to get the other pregnant so that we have children at the same time and we can go through the pregnancy together.

We don’t have anything planned, but at the same time, it’s sort of planned.

The herd says there is no favoritism in the relationship and that they all treat each other as equals.


Joel and Mickey don’t let the time they spent together before meeting Jaida have an impact on their relationship now.

Joel said, “People ask us for advice or a better understanding of a polyamorous relationship, but the truth is, we don’t know because we didn’t plan for it.

“Rude comments can also be influenced by racism.

I’m called a pimp or people tell me I’m a big daddy or a big man when in reality there are three of us in the relationship.

“There is no manual, all polyamorous and group relationships are different with different rules.

“It’s about what’s in front of you and living in the moment – we wanted something and we got it.

“Being in this relationship as a straight man, I started to understand what people in the LGBT community are going through.

“It helps me be more empathetic and tell more people about it.”

The throuple are called 'ungodly' but they are in fact religious


The throuple are called ‘ungodly’ but they are in fact religiousCredit: @ _throupletrouble / mediadrumworld

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