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he whole threesome thing started when my partner and I were curious about exploring our sexualities together,” Dimo Trifonov, tech branding specialist and founder of 3nder, told the Observer.
“She had feelings for a girl, and she didn’t know how to tell me.
When asked what people were looking for on 3nder, the most popular response was “open-minded friends,” or “people open to new experiences.” Tinder and Ok Cupid can be safe spaces to seek out others with singular tastes, a la Fifty Shades of Grey, but anyone who has ever swiped right knows it’s far too easy to e-run into a co-worker or childhood friend.
On 3nder, everyone knows what they’re signing up for—there’s no chance of pretending you made a mistake.
Only 8 percent of the couples are not male and female, and 34 percent of the members don’t identify as straight.
That leaves an app full of male/female partners, and many heterosexual men…there are only a few “unicorns,” the popular name for a presumably beautiful, heteroflexible or bisexual single woman hoping to join a couple.
Alexandra*, a Los Angeles native on 3nder, was in committed, heterosexual relationships she called “restrictive,” until she moved to New York earlier this year.
Being “open to new things” is an idiom echoed in 3nder bios and people’s direct messages.However, Almendares says, that created confusion for people looking to join polyamorous arrangements.The poly-couple profile could only select one gender, for example, and its profile photo would feature two people.“As a user, when you land on that profile, you wouldn’t know what you’re seeing,” she said.With the new feature, both users must opt into being linked to one another.