The folks who run Fet Life, as well as many of its members, may cringe at joining the ranks of the dating sites listed here, as the alternative lifestyle social networking site makes a point of staying away from typical 'dating' searches and features found at the other websites on this list.
Still, there is a significantly higher-than-average number of poly folk on Fet Life, with a staggering number of local groups catering to those seeking multi-partnered relationships.
While it might feel limiting, or you might worry that people will wonder if you're just looking for sex if you include your open relationship in your bio, being honest is the best policy.
I cohost a podcast about dating, and that podcast has a secret Facebook group for listeners.Signing up, creating a profile and checking out who else is on the site costs nothing, however, if you'd like to contact others or reply to anything other than the first message a paying member sends you, you'll need to fork out the monthly fee to make contact.While it's true that this app isn't just for polyamorous couples, like the aforementioned Ok Cupid, its user base tends to lean toward open-minded folks who think outside the box of conventional relationships.I understand that the world is changing and that open-mindedness is queen, but there if I'm going to spend my night with you, I'd like to know if you're single or not.
I spoke to relationship coach specializing in open relationships Effy Blue, and licensed psychotherapist and dating coach, Shaina Singh, LCSW about the right way to introduce an open relationship when using dating apps actively with people who may or may not be in open relationships as well.Okay, so we've deviated a bit here, offering up local resources instead of a specific dating site, per say.