Polyamorous online dating

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I usually have trouble expressing myself in group settings and going to poly meetups requires a lot of traveltime but it might be worth it. I'm good looking, intelligent, sane, and totally exhausted. When Okcupid turned full tinder, their usefulness completely dissolved. I just wonder how much one should pervert oneself to dazzle others and how real it is if you get to ensnare another in such a web of deception? Lately i keep being reminded of a south park quote:" If you wanna find some quality friends, you gotta wade through all the dicks first" : D sorry to hear of your troubles with online dating (and somewhat disheartning) but it's also slightly comforting to know i'm not alone. Are you spending a lot of time messaging and interacting with folks before you schedule a date?I have had 6 dates stand me up or cancel the day of since I started online dating 3 months ago. I used to have a new date each month with someone interesting, nothing romantic in the last year, but lots of new friends and connections. My experience has been that it’s really hard to assess compatibility and chemistry until you meet in person. The more dates you go on, the more likely you are to find someone who you hit it off with.Instead, site allows user to select to show up in searches for men or for women.

While this doesn’t seem like many options, it’s a very hard option to find on any site and allow at least the confirmation of one verified partner (which distinguishes cheaters from ethically non-monogamous people).

I've deactivated my account because I'm kind of done with it at the moment. I've learned to just enjoy the ride and have fun along the way though.

At the same time i know that there arent many ways out there to meet polyamorous people (at least not around where i live). I go to poly meetups, I occasionally go to kink events (just to meet people, I'm not into casual sex), and I make a solid effort to put myself in environments where I'm constantly meeting non-mono people. If only 4% of the population practices ethical non monogamy, and less than that practice YOUR version of non monogamy, then take into account the basics like mutual chemistry, attraction, and commonality, it's honestly pretty amazing most poly people even have ONE partner.

Can’t find a way to deactivate or hide account, nor options for incognito browsing. And no, it doesn’t include anything like “currently married” or any other status that would be anything other than single.

Sexual Orientation: 1/10 — You’re either gay or straight, and I cannot find a way to change that after a profile is already created.

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