That helps explain why, when Open launched last year, over 36,000 people joined within the first week."The concept of monogamy is outdated, and monotony has pushed many relationships to take a turn for the 'monogamish,'" said Open Minded founder and CEO, Brandon Wade.
"It's not all full-swap swinging or poly-lifestyles.
As one of the oldest poly dating sites online, we're always looking to provide a better experience for the polyamory community.
We're now better than ever, and with polyamory coming out of the closet, it's easier than ever to find your newest partner.
There are other kinds of relationship that can constitute part of a polyamorous situation, such as a peer relationship with someone you feel bonded to, that you take into account when you are making life plans, and who you have deep emotional sharing with—but for whatever reason, it is not a sexual relationship.
Usually, we do not think of certain kinds of relationships as being part of polyamory: swinging, casual “pick-up” sex, true seduction, “friends with benefits” where the benefits are the main part of the friendship, and many other arrangements where the main purpose of the connection is the sex.
Certainly, being “in love” with someone can be the kind of relationship people include in polyamory.
Seriously, the Internet has changed the world, and we are proud to be part of that change!Can you relate to or are you involved in any of the following below? If you're a conventional family, in an open relationship, open marriage, single, a couple, a group, polyamorous, into polyfidelity or anything else, you can find your perfect match for family outings, traditional dating, polyamory dating and more.Poly relationships * Polyamorous dating * Non-Monogamy * Swinger * Polyamorist * think that monogamy is too difficult * Loving more than one person at a time * Are you a believer in or do you agree with these types of relationships? Sign up FREE today and make a great connection on beyondtwo.com!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.