If you're looking for others who subscribe to polyamorous relationships, here are five great websites to check out.Ok Cupid offers a curious and fun mix of singles looking for all sorts of partnerships, and for whatever reason, it has attracted a significant number of polyamorous singles and couples looking for other folks to share their love with.
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Ethical Non-Monogamy is the practice of having multiple partners (be they emotional and/or sexual) with the knowledge and acceptance of all involved.
It's becoming increasingly common for people to consider open relationships and even to seek them out on mainstream apps like Ok Cupid.
In 2010, 32 percent of the site's users said they'd date someone in an open relationship.
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.
"As more people realize that the life-long monogamy model doesn't work most of the time, people are opening their minds to alternative relationship styles," she said.
"Gender equality as well as an increase in acceptance of alternative sexualities are also helping to advance us and break away from old paradigms of how to love and connect to each other."Polyamory, like monogamy, isn't for everyone.
Our members come from a variety of backgrounds and communities, and hold in common the belief that love and intimacy are great gifts that deserve to be shared beyond the monogamy model that seems to be the status quo in society.
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