Open minded dating
Polyamorous daters can get a bad rap in the dating scene, but they’re not adulterers and sex fiends.It’s nothing personal, but open relationships just aren’t my style.That’s not what I want from a relationship, and it’s a non-negotiable dealbreaker.(For those wishing to delve deeper, Angi Becker Stevens, in her excellent piece in Huff-Post, and Laurie Ellington, Poly/Open Relatiohnship Coach, eloquently address their own polyamorous committment and lifestyles.)Some forward thinking dating sites , such as Ok Cupid, have begun to offer flexible and varied relationship and gender labels, which enable the member to self-identify, i.e "seeing someone,” “married,” or “in an open relationship", as well as choose from the many gender options: On the other hand, don't look to the dating site giant, for inclusive options.
Match.com, who always attempts to appeal to the mainstream majority, is more than clear about their position about members searching for open or poly dating/relationships on their site: Surprisingly, although we have been guilty of maligning Plenty of Fish , its "anything goes" atmosphere lends itself perfectly to members seeking less traditional relationships, and offers a good option for poly folks looking for like-minded partners.If you’re looking for a trustworthy place to seek open-minded dates online, you can read the reviews and blog posts on Polyamorous Dating and make an informed decision.I’ll be honest, when someone I meet on a dating site tells me he’s polyamorous, that’s my cue to tactfully leave the chat and search for another love interest.A reviews site called Polyamorous Dating lists the best dating sites geared toward polyamorous singles and couples.