Dating is complicated — no matter your race, gender, or sexual preference.
Thankfully, the right dating app can help simplify the process, allowing you to make new friends, start a fling, or kickstart an endearing relationship that’s as romantic as anything in Woody Allen’s long-standing catalog (it can happen).
Trish Bendix, former editor of After Ellen, an online publication about lesbian, queer and bisexual women in the media, lived in Portland from 2011 to 2014.
She says she has never been around so many queer people in her life, but she was often among a minority who identified as lesbian.
And while you certainly can find a so-called “match” using an app like Tinder, there are scores of dating apps geared toward the gay and bisexual community, each of which flaunts its own set of features and quirks that make it unique.
Below are a few of our recommendations, whether you’re looking for love in your local area or merely a night in with a dedicated gamer.
facilitates a continuous stream of successful matches?
In part, Siren dating app co-founder and CEO Susie Lee tells me over Skype, it's acknowledging that the pile of poop you're smelling is neither one you created nor one you are responsible for cleaning up.The excrement is, in this case, metaphorical -- but that doesn't make it any less noxious than the real deal.Lee is referring to Silicon Valley and the broader entrepreneurial realm's abysmal gender diversity, her brushes with which have at times been odious.Download now for: Android i OS Grindr is a dating app aimed towards gay, bisexual, and bi-curious men.Grindr has more than 5 million users across 196 countries.It's been six years since the Egyptian Club, better known as the E-Room, lowered its rainbow flag in Southeast Portland, and in that time no brick-and-mortar lesbian bar has emerged to fill its space.