It also tries wants to educate about the community, according to their site:"Not only do we provide a tasteful adult environment; bringing people together for love, friendship, learning, support, and camaraderie...
we are also a resource for learning about Polyamory in its many forms and nuances.
But if you feel like this isn't the right option for your polyamorous needs, there are a whole lot of other apps and sites out there for poly dating: A go-to for those interested in polyamory and open relationships, the site claims that it brings "the ease and flexibility of online dating to the currently underserved world of open relationships."Users that found Ok Cupid "very mainstream" reported feeling more at home on Open Minded, although one user told The Daily Dot that it "does nothing to foster a sense of community around polyamory, and does nothing to engage new users".
), single polyamorous woman willing to be sexually and romantically involved equallywith both members of a couple in a closed relationship.The unicorn is expected to be with both of them, and will not be allowed to have any other partners.This is one of the most sought-after arrangements when a couple new to polyamory looks to open their relationship.Couples usually discover such a woman is almost impossible to find. So, you just posted on this really cool Poly forum that your friend told you about.Ok Cupid is upping their polyamory dating site game with a new feature announced Friday.
While you have been able to mark yourself as "in an open relationship" since 2014, to make the site more poly-friendly they are introducing a feature that links their Ok Cupid profile to their partner's profile.These are so common that people who have seen this play out before will often have a strong, negative reaction to your initial introduction before you have shared any details. My goal with this article is to lay out why these people had the reaction they did, why it was so strong (!), and what you can do to get what you want without creating dysfunctional relationships and hurting people.They have been together for over a year and are open-minded, tolerant, ethical, progressive people.Their relationship has some very good points, they genuinely care for each other, are committed, and tend to be open to new experiences.So not strictly poly— it's for everyone— but it looks like you can use it how you want to.