My420was launched recently (on 4/20) following a beta testing period in 2013 and ‘created for Medical Marijuana patients, recreational smokers and all who are like-minded in such interests,’ according to the website.

The service promises to weed out those potential mates that may not look kindly on people for whom ‘cannabis is a big part of their lives.’ ‘What if you tell your potential partner that you smoke pot and they run for the hills?

“All of a sudden people enjoy music more,” says the enthusiast, “and there’s no question that the relaxation and good feelings that marijuana gives you make sex better.” In fact, in a recent study, porn video sharing site Porn Hub found that “weed” was the most popular search term for its visitors, followed by “marijuana,” “pot,” “joint,” and “420.” The second most common word found in tandem with “weed,” after “smoking weed,” was “weed sex.” That’s right: smoking “grass” and getting ass may have more to do with each other than we ever thought.

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The site will be hosted by a larger marijuana lifestyle website, Weed TV — a place to go for everything from political news about cannabis to a national directory of dispensaries.

While “M-Date” will be competing with other marijuana dating sites, such as the Los Angeles–based My420Mate, Harmon also plans to include a relationship blog, expert love advice, local meet-ups, seminars, and personal counseling for “M-Date” members from all over the country.

Harmon is the author of several books, including Getting To I Do and Staying Married and Loving It, and creator of the Web series The Love Judge, She’s now a professional love, dating, sex, and relationship coach — perhaps not a surprising turn for a gal who came of age during the sexual revolution of the 1960s.

Born and raised in Brooklyn, Harmon later moved to Manhattan, where, after a short stint married to Larry Harmon — creator of Bozo the Clown — the boy-crazy Jewess fully embraced the 1960s swinger lifestyle.

“It was that stimulus for me.” But even in the Sixties and Seventies, smoking marijuana wasn’t as widely accepted as it is now.

Things are changing, says Harmon, ever since nearly half the country legalized medical marijuana — “people are becoming less judgmental.” Still, even in a state like New York, where possession of small amounts of marijuana has been decriminalized and a limited medical law will go into effect next year, Harmon is shy about her use.

Thanks to My420Mate, i have found that special someone.”If you’re just a casual cannabis user, the website welcomes you, too.

The community is “not just for stoners” and also includes “professionals, laborers, doctors, lawyers and other singles who are all 420 friendly.” Founders say they are optimistic about the future of legal marijuana and they expect more states to follow in the footsteps of Colorado and Washington.

Inspired by hyper-targeted dating sites like JDate (for Jews) and Farmers Only (for…farmers), Harmon’s goal is to carve out an online dating niche for medical-marijuana patients, recreational smokers, and those who may not regularly smoke, but are open to and curious about marijuana.

The site is for everyone — gay or straight, young or old, those looking to hook up or to fall in love, anyone from anywhere, just as long as they give the “green” light.

“I wanted to do something special,” Harmon says of her dating site.