The site for 'ethical cheaters, which launched yesterday, is not a place for 'hook-ups' but rather it is an outlet for those who are part of the new wave of non-monogamous relationships.
'Monogamy is a choice, but it’s not the only choice,' Mr Wade explained. People commit adultery every day, behind their partners' backs, and we want them to seek out open relationships instead, leading to a happier and more honest society.'Users can sign up for free as a single person or as a couple; after establishing their gender identify, they can then regulate their preferences, which can include men, women or both, as well as singles or couples.
I’d better begin by saying that I don’t own a television set, not even for watching movies and I haven’t had cable service for nearly twenty years.
As you may have guessed, this means that I don’t watch a lot of television, cable or otherwise.
Add to that the fact that a search in my major metropolitan area for ANY females within 50 miles of my zip code reveals exactly 2 matches (neither of which has a complete profile) and my recommendation on My is a solid PASS. (With the same search I performed above but a limit of 25 miles I get will over 40 results in my area).So it’s quite a breakthrough to see airing on Showtime after all these years.I’m very happy about it, and would love to be a creative consultant on a polyamory sitcom or movie some day.Meanwhile, Adam Lyons, 34, a Los Angeles resident who was born in East London, and his two girlfriends Brooke Shedd, 26, and Jane Shalakhova, 25, have made waves after speaking candidly to the media about their polyamorous family.Brooke, who recently gave birth to Adam's son, a baby boy named Danté, also has a five-year-old son Oliver from a previous relationship, and the 'throuple' hope to raise the children together in Los Angeles.