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)?
(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.
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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.