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“Lesbian bars have almost completely disappeared due to gentrification, mainstreaming, the internet culture and a shift in how we identify with more fluid gender identities becoming the norm rather than the exception.” Despite this it was clear to James that lesbian and queer women, young and old, still wanted their own spaces to relax and connect with each other. Nowadays there are some great events to go to, but nothing permanent, to just go and hang out.” For James, this was an opportunity to embrace the new and learn from the old, leading to the development of modelled on a lesbian bar and complete with a home page displaying a neon sign and Open 24/7 on the door.
“It’s more a venue than an app, a place where the whole community can relax and meet, no matter how they identify.
Unfortunately, form comes at the the price of function.
Profiles are incredibly limited, and searching for matches is limited to flipping through pictures of every Tinder user who shares at least one similar “like” with you on facebook.
ability to sort potentials based on match %, last online, newest, etc so you’re not stuck looking at the same assortmente.
tool to set “broadcast” so women in your area can see you want to hang out right awayf.
Amenities: Tinder is basically a flip book of people vaguely connected to you on Facebook.
You flip through pictures and press “heart” if you like what you see and “x” if you don’t. I’ve read article upon enthusiastic article about Tinder being the new big thing, and I get the appeal: maybe the one for you is a friend of a friend, just waiting to be discovered.
This is particularly awkward when you click on an appealing profile only to find that profile is someone you know, who knows you, who will know you know they know you’re alone.
fun quizzes galore so other people can pre-judge youc.