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Advisor: How Can a Couple Become a Throuple?
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Advisor: How Can a Couple Become a Throuple?

We’re a heterosexual couple in search of a “unicorn” (an attractive bisexual woman) to join us for a few date nights a week. We’ve had some one-off threesomes but can’t find a partner to join us more long-term. Apps, dating sites, friends, acquaintances—nothing has worked. What are we doing wrong? Unicorn hunters have a bad reputation. Perhaps it’s the polyamorous community’s endless lingo: ambigusweetie, new relationship energy (NRE), friends-first swinging (FFS) and other terms that reek of corporate buzzwords. One has to wonder if all polyamorous people are middle managers. Of the threesome-seeking couples on Tinder, inevitably she is bi but without much experience, and of course he loves to watch. Tina, a former unicorn, has been on her share of “throuple” dates. “These couples are called unicorn hunters because they’re often predatory,” she says. Couples end up treating her like a fantasy rather than a partner; these pairs are simply looking for someone to fill a…

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