hreesomes and group sex appear to be less taboo and more of a viable option to try out something new in the bedroom, yet trying to arrange a ménage à trois can still be difficult.
Indeed, a 2016 study in the Archives of Sexual Behavior found that 82 percent of men and 31 percent of women surveyed were interested in at least one kind of threesome; but only 24 percent of men and 8 percent of the women had participated in a threesome of some sort.
Two partners indicate which fantasies and kinks they’re interested in exploring, and the app will reveal which ones both people would like to indulge in.
Simply having a conversation involving threesome play can be awkward or embarrassing, so Under Covers can help mitigate those feelings.
It makes sense that a lot of these more niche apps would be modeled after Tinder, arguably the most popular dating app on the market.
At the same time, good ol’ Tinder could also be used to find threesome opportunities.
“It’s an app for people in non-monogamous relationships or alternative relationships. Often they need an instrument to find couples and singles who are also sex positive and open-minded.”NEWPL works much like Feeld since it bases connections off sexual fantasies.
Feeld originally got considerable media attention when it first debuted as 3nder in 2016, but it soon rebranded after being sued by Tinder.
Users can post photos and status updates, giving possible suitors more of an idea of who they are.
However, it looks like one con to the app is that there aren’t tons of users.
The original vision of the app was to be specifically for threesomes, but since the public image overhaul it has opened up its scope and is more about providing a community for the “kinky, curious, and openminded.”The app is designed to be a private space where both individuals and couples can be introduced to those with similar sexual interests.
It uses Facebook to verify its users, while also giving users the opportunity to hide their Feeld profiles from friends on the social network for privacy reasons.