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Getting started is free and easy, as is finding like-minded singles in and around any zip code.
To be fair, I understand why some discretion can be necessary; sex positivity isn’t the law of the land, and there can certainly be repercussions for someone outed as kinky or non-monogamous. I wouldn’t necessarily want my boss or cousins to know what I like to do behind closed doors.
But I just wanted to roll around with an attractive couple for one night, tops.
Apps like these make it easier than ever to be a unicorn, but it can also be a bit overwhelming.
What initially attracted me to Feeld is what ultimately made it, in my experience, a place for creeps: by touting privacy and “incognito browsing” (in other words, you’ll never see or be seen by any Facebook friends) above all else in the sign-up flow, the app surrounded the service in secrecy and maybe even a little shame, marking itself as slightly taboo, wrapping itself in the black plastic bag others might use to carry a newly purchased dildo out of a sex shop.
Prospective unicorns, take your time finding hot couples. It’s the most loving and honest relationship I’ve ever been in, even if I’m still struggling for words to describe it. We’re not poly—I’m the only side girl they see, although that’s just their practice and not a rule.
We’re allowed to see other people (or couples), although since we’ve settled into our thing, I haven’t been on the lookout for threesomes with other people, just regular old twosome sex. Over late-night dinner at Katsuya in Miami Beach, while she went to the bathroom, B told me that he’s going to ask P to marry him.
I dove into being a full-time unicorn with Feeld (formerly 3nder), an app that connects curious or kinky couples with individuals who are interested in a hook-up.
Maybe because there are way more users on Tinder, maybe because it’s easier to vet those who know your Facebook friends or friends-of-friends, or maybe because Tinder is less anonymous so people are on better behavior (it’s harder to be an asshole when your name and Facebook pictures are attached to your profile)—who knows, but the quality of people I met was so much higher. They’re both gorgeous, witty, big-hearted, and kind.
With a newfound philosophy of “VET VET VET,” I had fewer but way better matches. They’re so communicative with each other and with me. We slept together that first night, and I’ve been seeing them ever since.
They’re the perfect relationship for me now—we have consistent enough sex that’s hot and loving at the same time, and this setup doesn’t require a whole lot of my time.
They have each other; they fit into each other’s big plans.