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“It seems that now people are more open to polyamory as a concept,” Ok Cupid chief product officer Jimena Almendares told “The data from a March 2015 Gallup poll clearly shows a growing tolerance for relationships and situations outside the bounds of traditional monogamous marriage,” reports writer Brenden Shucart.
In the 2015 poll, “tolerance for ‘polygamy’ is up to 16 percent, which may not seem like much, but it’s more than twice the 7 percent who found it to be morally acceptable in 2001,” he continues.
(RELATED: Polyamory By the Numbers) He also notes that most practitioners of polyamory differentiate it from polygamy, as the latter generally refers to a relationship in which there are multiple wives for one husband, while the gender mix in polyamorous relationships varies widely.
But many, including the Gallup pollsters, tend to lump the two together.
Online dating site Ok Cupid is launching a new feature aimed at the polyamorous.
Starting today, users who are listed as “seeing someone,” “married,” or “in an open relationship” will be able link their profile to their partner’s and search for others to participate in their relationship, reports notes.