Former Big Brother winner Tim Dormer recently admitted he and his fiancé Ash Toweel like to use Tinder to meet other men.
And the open-minded lovebirds are continuing to enjoy their engagement, recently embarking on a holiday at Australia’s only LGBT resort in Tropical North Queensland.
The reality TV star, who got engaged to Ash last year, took to Instagram on Tuesday to share a photograph of the couple strolling naked along Turtle Cove Beach in Port Douglas.
Whatever’s comfortable! Big Brother’s Tim Dormer is enjoying a naked holiday with fiancé Ash Toweel at an LGBT resort in Queensland… after revealing their polyamorous romance
‘Sunning our white buns at Australia’s only LGBT resort. Tropical paradise with a private beachfront,’ Tim captioned the snap.
Later on Tuesday, Tim took to his Instagram Story to share more footage of the couple’s ‘gaycation’.
In one clip, Ash offered Tim a romantic piggyback ride along the seashore.
‘Gaycation’: Tim (left) took to his Instagram Story to share footage of the couple’s ‘gaycation’
Love is in the air! In one clip, Ash offered Tim a romantic piggyback ride along the seashore
The pair’s Queensland holiday comes after Tim admitted they had ditched monogamy in favour of a non-traditional sex life.
Earlier this month, he confessed they even used Tinder to meet other men.
Tim told Daily Mail Australia: ‘We’re at a stage in our relationship where we’re comfortably discussing what monogamy means for us.’
‘Friendly couple’: The pair’s holiday comes after Tim admitted they had ditched monogamy in favour of a non-traditional sex life, and were even using Tinder (above) to meet other men
Rather than follow the rules of a traditional marriage, Tim said they wanted to choose their own ‘happily ever after’.
‘We don’t believe in shaming others for not choosing to adhere to traditional ideals of monogamy in their own relationships,’ he explained.
‘I’ll be damned if I ever found myself in an unhappy sex-deprived marriage bound by the expectations of others.’
The couple, who first met at a party in 2014, are currently planning their wedding after marriage equality was enshrined in law last December.
Open marriage: Tim told Daily Mail Australia earlier this month, ‘We’re at a stage in our relationship where we’re comfortably discussing what monogamy means for us’