By Kerry Mcdermott For Mailonline. A couple who were raised Mormon have lifted the lid on their 'monogamish' relationship - after turning to sex clubs and naturism when they grew tired of the traditional approach to marriage. Clayton, 38, and Danielle Watson, 34, from Salt Lake City in Utah, married after a year of dating after meeting at college 16 years ago, but quickly realized that the 'rigid' rules it came with were not for them. After experimenting with stripping off in public, sex clubs, and flirting with other couples, the Watsons launched a blog - Fight Boring Marriages - where they share saucy pictures of themselves and offer a glimpse into their unconventional union. Clayton and Danielle, who unusually for Mormons were not virgins when they wed, they say their relationship is 'mostly monogamous,' but insist they are not swingers nor are they polyamorous. Clayton and Danielle Watson, 38 and 34, from Utah, were raised Mormon, but have gone on to create their own set of 'rules' for their unconventional marriage, after deciding the traditional standards were not for them.
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