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It's has 30 million active users, with a million logging in every day.
So, even if you think there’s only a million to one chance someone will date you, in theory, there’s a man/woman/omnisexual on here for you. Well, strangely, it's actually one of the immediate problems with OKC.
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.
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explain why, when Open launched last year, over 36,000 people joined within the first week."The concept of monogamy is outdated, and monotony has pushed many relationships to take a turn for the 'monogamish,'" said Open Minded founder and CEO, Brandon Wade.
"As more people realize that the life-long monogamy model doesn't work most of the time, people are opening their minds to alternative relationship styles," she said.
"Gender equality as well as an increase in acceptance of alternative sexualities are also helping to advance us and break away from old paradigms of how to love and connect to each other."Polyamory, like monogamy, isn't for everyone.
The message ended in the most English way imaginable: "Do let me know if that sounds like your cup of tea". Call me a prude, but urine-soaked homoerotic strangulation is not my cup of tea at all.
In 2010, 32 percent of the site's users said they'd date someone in an open relationship.OKC may have a high member count, but a lot of women find its barrage of sex requests and outright abuse an instant red flag. One female friend complained to me that she got so many messages per day (most saying “Heyyyy”) she felt that she “was at the centre of a toad knot”.