Top 4 Handy Apps for LGBT Dating


LGBT Dating

 

Top 4 Handy Apps for LGBT Dating, Badoo, Tinder, and other popular dating apps offer millions of potential friends and partners.
But there is one problem: the main audience of such services is heterosexual guys and girls.
Yes, you can always specify in the settings of your profile what you are looking for, for example, Ladadate – Russian women for marriage.

But the choice will be rather poor.

Firstly, not everyone is ready to declare their orientation where they can cross paths with
someone from their environment. Tinder works in this way: the application often shows those
people with whom you could have contact in real life.
Secondly, in some countries, the attitude towards the LGBT community is, to put it mildly,
controversial. Social distancing and “public” dating services don’t offer much protection
against cyberbullying.

LGBT Dating

 

So, the audience had a request for dating apps that would become a safe space for users. Here are some of them.

1. Feeld

The main purpose of the application is to find the perfect sexual partner. It is carried out by
tags that reflect the preferences of the person. However, thanks to Feeld, you can find both
permanent relationships and friends. Why is this app on our list? Because of the system of
self-presentation. The user is given freedom of expression and is not limited to two genders
and three sexual orientations. Are you asexual or maybe a transgender pansexual? This can
be reflected in your profile! And you can also specify your preferences in the partner search
settings.

2. Taimi

At first, this international social network focused only on the male audience. But now, the
positioning of the application has changed, and it is open to all members of the LGBT
community. Taimi works on the same principle of questionnaires. But here you will not be
asked for money for full statistics and profile boosts — all bonus features of other
applications are absolutely free! Taimi has a very useful feature that is not implemented in all
dating services — video calls. Thanks to them, you do not have to share your contacts in
messengers to chat with a new acquaintance “face to face”. This is done for the safety of
users.

3. Wonder

A subsidiary project of the creator of Love Planet for lesbian and bisexual girls. Wonder has
three ways to make friends. First, like the profiles of other users. Then everything is as usual:
if there is mutual sympathy, a private chat opens. Second, create a meeting announcement.
Anyone can respond to it, and then it’s up to your agreement. And thirdly, find friends in
general chats of interest.

4. Hornet

Application for gay and bisexual men. As in Wonder, there are several ways to meet a new
person. First, the classic profiles. Secondly, live feed. Any user can post messages on the
common feed: their pictures, memes, proposals to meet. Posts have open comments, and you
can get acquainted there. Besides, you can subscribe to an interesting person, just like on
Twitter, and then all his updates will be available for you.

 

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