Love is love and for lovers, it’s always in the air! Over the decades, the LGBTQ+ community has struggled and sacrificed a lot to get their basic rights and to be accepted in society. Even though they still have a long way to go, it is amazing to see that their efforts are bringing awareness and that their community is being accepted and celebrated. With pride month coming up, what better way to celebrate pride than to get to know some of the best dating apps that cater to the LGBTQ+ community. Keep on reading to learn about three apps that could help you find true love!
Thurst is similar to your average dating app like Tinder but the difference is that Thurst caters only to queer people. You make your profile, and scroll through the numerous profiles posted there to find ‘the one.’ Another feature that distinguishes it is that Thurst allows inclusivity by letting people identify themselves however they want to; from inculsexual to bisexual. When it comes to mentioning your gender, you have the liberty to choose whatever you feel explains you the best.
This platform is for women and the only people who are not allowed on this application are cisgender and heterosexual people. Although it is considered to be a dating app, it also doubles as a social media application where you have a newsfeed and you can post whatever you want. Although it is a good platform overall, it comes with a drawback; you have to use a paywall for times when you want to see who swiped right on your profile or have a chat with someone you haven’t matched with.
This app is for people who identify as bisexual or pansexual. It makes finding a soulmate easier for people who are attracted to multiple genders. Rather than having awkward conversations and making desperate guesses about the other person's sexual orientation, BiCupid allows you to define yourself just the way you are. You can list your hair color, religious affiliations, zodiac signs, and even political beliefs.
So, what do you think of these apps? Are you going to try them out?