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In case you are looking for a more meaningful and deeper relationship we suggest checking out our Women Seeking Men or Men Seeking Women categories.When asked about a future app for the website, founder Sean “Acid-Drop” Williams pointed out that an app is unnecessary for most tele-skiers saying, “Most our users access the internet at their local library since Wi Fi remains expensive in most ski towns and having a personal computer is completely out of the question for most free-heelers.”- Tele-Skiers CEO and Founder, Sean Williams Also Read: How Tinder is Changing Ski Towns For—E⎯VER!The revolutionary idea originally came to Williams as he created a profile on a public access computer in Telluride’s Wilkinson Public Library.Locanto also has categories catering to gays and lesbians.Azad Chaiwala says he first “came out” as polygamous when he was just 12 years old.“That was when I was courageous enough to do so,” the 33-year-old businessman told Business Insider. The Sunderland-based entrepreneur now claims to employ more than 100 people who run his investment portfolios, properties, You Tube channels, and websites.