Gay poly dating sites
According to Ok Cupid's data, interest in polyamory is on the rise.In 2010, 32 percent of the site's users said they'd date someone in an open relationship.It's becoming increasingly common for people to consider open relationships and even to seek them out on mainstream apps like Ok Cupid.But now, polyamorous people can also find partners on a dating site created just for them.The message ended in the most English way imaginable: "Do let me know if that sounds like your cup of tea". Call me a prude, but urine-soaked homoerotic strangulation is not my cup of tea at all.The other reason all these people are on OKC is, of course, that the site is free to join. Well, yes, in my experience of online dating, free is very definitely bad.It's has 30 million active users, with a million logging in every day.So, even if you think there’s only a million to one chance someone will date you, in theory, there’s a man/woman/omnisexual on here for you. Well, strangely, it's actually one of the immediate problems with OKC.
Thereafter, the more questions you answer, the more likelihood the OKC algorithm will find you a match.In 2015, that number climbed to 42 percent, and 27 percent said they'd consider an open relationship themselves, with less than half saying they'd only be in a monogamous one.That helps explain why, when Open launched last year, over 36,000 people joined within the first week."The concept of monogamy is outdated, and monotony has pushed many relationships to take a turn for the 'monogamish,'" said Open Minded founder and CEO, Brandon Wade.In 2015, that number climbed to 42 percent, and 27 percent said they'd consider an open relationship themselves, with less than half saying they'd only be in a monogamous one.
That helps explain why, when Open launched last year, over 36,000 people joined within the first week.
What this means is, with not much thought, you can fairly easily sculpt your profile to find, for example, a gay eugenics pipe smoker.