'The World’s Most Identical Twins' Want To Marry The Same Man: Should Trouples Be Allowed To Marry?

Two women, who are twins, want to marry the same. Should laws be changed to accomodate people in relationships with different people?

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source: Metro

Meet the self-described “the world’s most identical twins” -- Anna and Lucy DeCinque -- who are making headlines and creating a heated debate about non-monogamous relationships.

The ladies, who are from Australia, are both in a romantic relationship with the same man -- Ben Byrne -- and they want to both marry him and get pregnant at the same time.

The sisters, who have spent over $240,000 on surgeries to look more alike, said they met Mr. Byrne on social media. Note that Byrne has a twin sibling.

The 31-year-old electrical mechanic said having two girlfriends was difficult at first, but things worked out.

"It's my first time with two girlfriends, and to be honest it's very difficult because it has to be 100 percent even," Byrne revealed during an appearance on

"Whatever I do for one I have to do for the other, so it's a fine balance. My mates reckon it's a cool problem to have," he added.

Asked to explain how their an unorthodox relationship works between the sheets, Lucy confessed: "Put it this way, we're very active girls, and he needs twice the energy."

Anna and Lucy revealed to Fox News that they would love to change the law in order to marry their communal boyfriend. “If we can change the law in the government, we’d love to marry Ben. This is what works for us. People need to get that. We’re not hurting anyone,” said one sister.

The twins, who are eager to become pregnant by Byrne, said they are thinking about using a surrogate or IVF treatments.

“Our mom is actually convincing us to go naturally, give birth naturally, so I don’t know how that’s going to work [because] we need to be pregnant at the same time,” one of the women added.

“It is a bit of a dilemma. We know that’s where nature comes in; we can’t control these things. You can’t force these things,” she went on to say.

Anna also decided to explain why they had 14 cosmetic procedures including breast augmentation, eyebrow tattooing, liposuction, mole removal, pixel lasering, and lip filling: "We wanted the biggest everything – particularly lips. We loved the look and feel of big lips. Now we realize they were too big.”

Do you think laws should be changed to accommodate relationships like these?