August 13, 2020

Polyamorous Florida woman with 4 boyfriends is pregnant

(NYPOST) – Who’s your daddy?

A polyamorous woman in Florida with four partners is pregnant, and says despite sharing her bed with her many lovers, she’s certain of who the father is.

Tory Ojeda, 20, lives with three of her four partners in their Jacksonville, Fla., home. Marc, Travis, Ethan and Christopher take turns spending time with Ojeda, “swapping in and out” of her bed each night, she tells Barcroft Media.

The household’s love story began three years ago when Ojeda met Marc, 18, in high school. Two months later, she opened things up with Travis, 23 — to whom she is now engaged. Later, she brought Ethan, 22, and Christopher, 22, into the fold.

And despite her plans to get married to Travis, Ojeda said he’s not the father of her baby girl, due in February.

“Chris is the biological father,” she says. “We just know that because of timing and when the approximate conception date was. Based off of the approximate conception day, we had been on vacation. So it was only us.”

“We’re all raising the baby together — so everyone’s Dad,” Ojeda says. “We’re all very, very excited to be raising a baby together.”But for the soon-to-be family of six, those are just minor details.

It won’t be without its complications, though. The group says they’ve dealt with bouts of jealousy over the years. It was especially hard for Marc and Travis to accept newcomers Ethan and Christopher at first. But Ethan says they talked it out and are all on good terms now.

And there’s the matter of sharing: Ojeda says it gets pretty exhausting having to please four different men under the same roof. She’s actually encouraged her boyfriends to pursue other love interests.

“There is a lot of support between all of us dads and it’s something we can tag team,” he says. “We always joke about the idea of getting [stuck] in an endless loop of ‘Go ask your dad.’ ”

Their daughter will surely appreciate the humor.

The rest of the group’s family is coming around to their unconventional setup, they say.

“At the very beginning, I know my mother and father were hesitant about it,” Christopher says. “Her main concern was that she didn’t like the idea of me having a partner who was not fulfilled with me alone.”

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