@Padday, this is brilliant. Thanks. We relate to your approach of reflecting how real world personal relationships work. We do this by putting the purpose of the relationships at the center instead of an individual person. (For more on this see our post "What's the Point?")
By putting the purpose at the center instead of a person, we believe our approach is inherently more scalable than current social network models.
For example, relationships in a 'cultural community' have the purpose of sharing & discovery, teaching & learning, creating & cultivating, and enjoying the camaraderie of each other doing something everyone cares about more than themselves. We are starting with music makers with MusikMosh.com.