Okay, so we've deviated a bit here, offering up local resources instead of a specific dating site, per say. After hearing this from so many people, I decided to create a polyamory discussion and meetup group in my city [Pittsburgh], which has grown to more than members. Here you can find more: The thing is, networking is key in this kind of search, and often times you'll find meeting folks at real-world events the best way to communicate and connect with like-minded individuals. OkCupid is one of the most recommended apps for poly dating. My parents are divorced, which may have come up at some point.
The PolyMatchMaker layout is clean and fresh, and the options to self-designate are as vast as your ability to create them.
The Struggles of Online Dating When You're Poly
Not only the site has a huge member database, it also offers plenty of ways to find others, communicate with them, or simply venture outside the sexual comfort zone of your existing relationship So if you're having trouble finding a poly partner elsewhere, it's definitely worth it to give POF a try. So then I figured I might as well put it out there since the rumor was going around that my wife was cheating on me—but really we were just in an open relationship. Stephanie left and her partner Bert are in a poly relationship and met on an app called Pure. The features integrated into the site make it very easy for you to find the right match Generally, I stick to dating people who are also already seeking non-monogamous relationships. I think these sites are familiar to most of you.