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Navigating Web dating's rough shoals: e Harmony CEO And now, for his next act, Wade has created Open Minded.com, "a safe and stigma-free environment that brings the ease and flexibility of online dating to the currently underserved world of open relationships." (Tweet This) "The traditional model of marriage and monogamy isn't working out for everyone," Wade told CNBC.
"In my own case, after three or four years, things get monotonous. I think a lot of people suffer from that, especially men." The site launched in March and already boasts more than 50,000 members, nearly half of them couples.
Men or couples pay .95 a month, single women pay only .95 a month.
Forty percent of members are between the ages of 18 and 35, with 38 percent between 35 and 50 years old.
Successful start-ups don't need Silicon Valley He likes Open Minded, he said, because he considers it "more classy and a bit more professional" than other sites.
He hasn't met anyone yet, but he is exchanging emails with a couple.
I’ve gotten, literally, about a hundred messages from guys who think it’s appropriate to start a conversation with me by saying “hey sexy,” or worse. Then I get home, log back in to Plenty of Fish, see several more messages (one asking me for nude photos), and impulsively delete my account here. I can sort them however I want, and after an hour, I have three potentials, though I know straight up I’m not hip enough for one of them (but I send him a message anyway because I’m feeling bold). There are loads of creepsters out there, all of whom seem to have a laser focus on one thing: sex.
"Many sites have a very adult feel to them," including nude pictures, "which is quite a turnoff for younger individuals who approach this from a more scientific perspective." Wade said no nudity is allowed in members' public profiles, though private folders can be more revealing.
A few months ago, I realized something troubling: I haven’t been on a real date in ages. Feeling emboldened by a nasty break-up, I decided to completely revamp my dating life. The first obvious step in dating is meeting men, but where does a nearly-40 girl meet eligible men?
By “real date” I mean that a guy I know hasn’t called me, asked me out a few days ahead of time, picked me up, done something together, then dropped me off, in (literally) years. Turns out, there are really three places: online, on blind dates, and “organically” (making connections with men I see as I go about my day).
Truthfully, I wanted to delete my profile from Plenty of Fish, but I vowed to give it a chance. Maybe I shouldn't have TOLD him I ran the background check?
Why, you ask, was I so ready to delete my profile after only one hour? But, I figured, that’s what the delete and block options were for, right? The site is vibrant and colorful, and I wish I could say more, but I never found anyone close enough to me to make a match. The guy from OK Cupid who I was certain I wasn’t hip enough for? Nothing from the hipster on OK Cupid, but I’m still feeling brave and buoyant. And I do still have my ice cream date later this week with one of the guys from here.
I registered with Fellody, e Harmony, Match.com, Perfect Match, OK Cupid, Plenty of Fish and Zoosk.