There's multiple ways in which people connect and the reasons for it."Users fill out a brief questionnaire, which includes questions on your energy level when consuming cannabis, how you prefer to consume it, what kinds of activities you're into and a brief personal bio — up to 420 characters — detailing who you are and what you're looking for.Users can then select whether they're in the mood to go out, stay in or chat.Safran says career often influences if someone tolerates a potential mate's marijuana use.Those who aren't in a profession with strong views about drug use — such as law or medicine — may be more open to it."Like drinking," Safran says, "people do seem to state that if someone does use marijuana recreationally, they are OK with it if it is not a daily or every weekend habit."A number of cannabis-friendly dating sites and apps have gone online in recent years, including My420Mate and High There!
I realized there was this huge demographic of more white-collar cannabis users that just wasn't being catered to."Peckler says that, regardless of how you go about meeting the love of your life, if cannabis consumption is an important part of your life, it's best to be upfront about it with any potential mate."It's just about ripping off the Band-Aid and being honest and open," she says.
Their vision is that for most cannabis users, it is a really big deal in their lives.
Being able to participate in online dating in a community that you know is already friendly towards cannabis makes dating a whole lot easier.
With a site like My420Mate, I felt I would have an avenue to meet other cannabis users, and I didn't have to feel judged or explain myself."Free app High There!
bills itself as a social network for the cannabis community.
Much like Tinder and other dating apps, users see photos of other users, along with information about how far away they are. If it's approved, you can start chatting right away."People generally are drawn toward individuals where they want to think they have some things in common," Roberts says.