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Tuesday the internet erupted in a wave of Sochi shock that had nothing to do with dangerous half pipes, packs of wild dogs, or atrocious hotel accommodations.
Can you believe that Olympic athletes are all using Tinder—a DATING APP—at the Olympic village?
Tinder-gate of Sochi 2014 is just the most recent round of faux-surprise that Olympians might, in fact, be having sex.Basically to start using Blendr and Grindr all you need to do is enter some basic details about yourself, maybe upload a photo if you’re keen and your phone uses your current location to search for other single ‘candidates’ who might either appeal to your interests; or are simply within a certain radius and up for a shag. Which is why I was so shocked to find that my girlfriends who are all intelligent, educated, beautiful women would be using this ‘geo-location’ technology to attract a potential mate. In fact I have always considered myself one of the more open minded and liberal members of my friendship group.“It’s a bit of harmless fun,” is what the girls told me as they proceeded to share some, admittedly, hilarious conversations they had had with guys on Blendr.As Alcoholics Anonymous wraps up in a community hall in inner-city Sydney, a nervy gaggle of people wait to crack on with the next event: polyamorous speed dating.“Poly speed dating is where we get 32 poly people in a room and we get them to each meet as many people as possible and see if they like them,” says Eliot, the 25 year old organiser.
Polyamory is based on the idea that you can be in love with more than one person.
Laura admits polyamory can be a scheduling nightmare.“It’s a disaster for time management unless you’re organised. As with all things you have to be honest with both yourself and the people you are with,” she says.“Jealousy tends to come from insecurity within yourself.