Dating isn’t easy and for marijuana enthusiasts still dealing with black market stigma, it can be even harder.
But with the help of some recently developed apps, love in the time of legalized marijuana may have become easier.
Lindberg said there have been two so far in Los Angeles, with another planned in Denver.Lindberg said that while he doesn’t have exact statistics on the success rate for users, he does know of one marriage that has resulted from the site. • What is it about marijuana use that makes it a deal breaker for you? • If you are a marijuana smoker, when do you share these details in a new relationship? The survey also found that about 59% of the 2,252 Americans polled agreed with the statement that “online dating is a good way to meet people,” up 15% from 2005.
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Additionally, High There users can add a 420-character “My Story” to elaborate on who they are and the type of relationship they are looking for.
“It’s a chance to tell why you’re on the app,” Mitchem said.
“It’s just for a niche community of people from all walks of life who appreciate cannabis.” See also: Marijuana moms shatter the grass ceiling Lindberg said that since the website does not handle marijuana in any way, there are no legal concerns for operating in states that have not legalized medical or recreational cannabis.
He added that non-cannabis users are welcome on the site.
“One of those is social connectivity.” The app functions similarly to Tinder, allowing users to swipe through profiles to find matches.