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Meanwhile, Adam Lyons, 34, a Los Angeles resident who was born in East London, and his two girlfriends Brooke Shedd, 26, and Jane Shalakhova, 25, have made waves after speaking candidly to the media about their polyamorous family.

Brooke, who recently gave birth to Adam's son, a baby boy named Danté, also has a five-year-old son Oliver from a previous relationship, and the 'throuple' hope to raise the children together in Los Angeles.

Modern romance: A man can be seen checking out another woman while surrounded by ladies in a video ad for the new dating website Open Minded, which is geared towards those in or seeking open relationships 'What some outsiders to the lifestyle might see as cheating, those in open relationships see this as an ethical and honest lifestyle, hence the somewhat oxymoronic term,' he said.

'I basically want to attract attention to the lifestyle and show people that it is an acceptable choice.'Polyamorous couples and swingers have been in the spotlight in recent years, with shows including Showtime's reality series Polyamory: Married & Dating, which first premiered in 2012, and A&E's controversial new reality Neighbors With Benefits, which was canceled after two episodes, bringing the concept of various types of open relationships to American's living rooms.

Earlier this year, OKCupid added a search option for users seeking multiple partners, and a 2014 study estimated that between 1.2 and 2.4 million Americans identify as polyamorous. And yet, people who identify as polyamorous still hesitate to be open about their lifestyle with friends and loved ones.

Writing under the pseudonym of Lisa, the 34-year-old said she has been in a relationship with her husband for half of her life, but claims having other partners has improved rather than hindered their partnership.Polyamory helps me do that without putting all my needs on my husband.'She said they first brought up the subject after moving in together aged 18 when they came across the question 'how do you feel about monogamy?' in a magazine survey and they both selected the answer 'it's an unrealistic expectation.'She said smartphones have been a 'huge blessing' to people in more than one relationship: 'It's so much easier to make people feel like they're part of your day by sending a quick hello text or a picture of something that reminded you of them that helps keep them close to you even as you have a separate life.' Lisa said both her and her husband had many dependency issues at the start of their relationship and having multiple partners has highlighted that they need to be independent.But when she met her she claims she 'totally got it' and saw how it 'brought out a totally different side' of her husband.It seems that people are talking about polyamory now more than ever.The site for 'ethical cheaters, which launched yesterday, is not a place for 'hook-ups' but rather it is an outlet for those who are part of the new wave of non-monogamous relationships.