Ask yourself: Am I willing to be in a relationship with someone who has other relationships?
(Duh.) Am I willing to enter into a relationship with these other people (metamours)?
Mono/poly relationships challenge this unwritten rule because only one partner remains monogamous. As a polyamorous person, I’ve seen up close how a monogamist handles such a situation. She was easily one of the best metamours I’ve ever had.
), I’ve assembled a list of advice, adapted from these lists of advice for dating single parents.
(Warning: Although I’ve tried to make this advice general, I have a primary relationship and a young child, and my list may be biased toward that experience.) 1.
If you're non-monogamous and want to meet people on dating sites, you can face some unique challenges.
Luckily, blogger Kit O'Connell (along with co-blogger Molly Rene) has written a very comprehensive guide on how to utilize OKCupid for poly dating.
It's becoming increasingly common for people to consider open relationships and even to seek them out on mainstream apps like Ok Cupid.
But now, polyamorous people can also find partners on a dating site created just for them.
This is important because you cannot separate the poly person from their other partners.
If you are dating a poly person, their other partners will be part of the picture at some point.
The guide is broken down into seven sections: Though I am a skeptic about personality tests in general, the breadth of the question database means that the site really can make a lot of educated guesses about you.
Now that I've answered many questions, polyamorous and kinky people show up by the dozens in my top matches, usually ranking 90% or higher in match compatibility.
I found plenty of nice and friendly people, happy to connect and generous to share ideas and experiences.