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A queer user’s guide to the wild and terrifying world of LGBTQ dating apps

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  1. Gaywallet
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    Of these, only one is a dating app for all LGBTQ populations (OkCupid). I took a quick look at HER on the google play store and it's got an abysmally low rating with many users complaining of...

    Of these, only one is a dating app for all LGBTQ populations (OkCupid). I took a quick look at HER on the google play store and it's got an abysmally low rating with many users complaining of matching with people on the other side of the US. None of the queer male apps listed seemed to really do anything better than existing apps like bumble and grindr. Oh well, guess I'll keep using OkCupid and in general hating dating apps.

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  2. Tygrak
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    Where I am from the only 2 options for gay man as far as I know are Grindr (oh god) and a local gay dating site, which is at most a tiny bit better than Grindr in the actual dating and not just...

    Where I am from the only 2 options for gay man as far as I know are Grindr (oh god) and a local gay dating site, which is at most a tiny bit better than Grindr in the actual dating and not just one night stand department. I tried using both for a while, but I hated it. It seems that it is pretty much impossible to use for anything else than hookups, which I am not definitely into (because I am demisexual or something like that, nothing against people who do like that). I wish I was though, because I might have been able to find a relationship somehow through this way. Okcupid doesn't work, there are 2 people in a 100km radius from me. I didn't try too many others, but there's basically no way any of these are better. That's why I think there's basically no chance I will ever find anyone unless I move somewhere else or a miracle happens.

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