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Unfortunately, Allie’s younger brother, Drew, and his boyfriend walk in on them. Hearing the commotion from next door Tom intervenes. He orders everyone to his home to discuss what the young men saw and Drew finally learns the ‘family secret.’ When Drew still disagrees with the whole thing Cassie put it in a way that might help him understand.
“Drew, I love Allie. You know I do,” Ryan spoke up. “This is something we do. It helps us. It brings us closer and you have to know Allie agrees with me. I swear it’s consensual.”
Still not looking up, Drew answered. “Yea, it sounded pretty damn consensual when she was crying and begging you to stop.”
Allie left the kitchen and went to Drew. Gracefully, she sat on the floor in front of him, looking up into his face. “Drew, it is consensual. We’ve done this since we were dating. I love the life-style Ryan and I’ve chosen. It makes me feel safe and loved. Today I needed it. I’ve been… tense and worried about all these burglaries. When Ryan… well when he does what he did today, it relieves my stress. Being able to yell and fight against him, helps me to let go of my fear and anger about everything that’s going on. It really calms and centers me. Maybe I don’t like it when it’s actually happening. I do yell for him to stop and that I’m sorry or I won’t do it again – but that’s all part of it. I’m happy in my marriage and I wouldn’t want anything to change. I swear to you, I’m not being abused.”
Drew slowly shook his head. “I can’t accept this. This is wrong. I don’t care what you call it. It’s wrong and it’s sick and you need to stop.”
Cassie spoke up. “Honey, we’ve lived here since you were twelve. You know why you didn’t know about any of this?” she paused. “It’s because we’ve been in the closet.”
Drew’s head snapped up at the use of that particular phrase. “Even though we feel we have the right to live any lifestyle we choose, we know others won’t always understand. They’ll look us right in the eye and tell us we’re wrong and ‘sick’ and that we should change – to make them feel comfortable. We’d be told our lifestyle choice isn’t acceptable. I’m happy that when you chose to share your lifestyle with us, you were accepted.”
Drew stared at Cassie for a long moment. “It’s not the same, Cassie,” he finally muttered.
“No, it’s not. You didn’t really have a choice. You were born gay. We do have a choice. We all live this way because we want to. What right do you, or anyone else, have to tell us we’re wrong?”
When they try to keep their worries from their protective husbands, they find out what it means to have an alpha man to deal with. After the girls are attacked at work, things seem to go from bad to worse. Taking on adult responsibilities is never easy as they’re finding out the hard way. Good thing they have their older friends, Cassie, Sue, Annie and Lily to fall back on.