They celebrate our history and culture while fostering opportunities for growth, organizing for the future, and building resources to create a legacy for generations to come. Better yet, show up before pm and get 50% OFF cover (regularly ) for showing your HER app at the door.
Once hailed as revolutionary, they now live on only in the Internet Archive: Brenda, Girl Dar, Our Chart (yes, like the one from “The L Word”), Qrushr, Wing Ma’am. Dattch, a mix of the words “date catch,” was founded by Robyn Exton in 2012 after a cursory look at what dating apps were available for lesbian, bisexual and bi-curious women.Her initial concept was a female-only version of Grindr, the gay male dating app that took the pre-Tinder world by storm in 2011.Exton began taking coding classes, and that fall launched Dattch, a portmantue of ‘date catch’, not some bawdy Britishism as I’d assumed.It’s easy to mistake San Francisco as a very LGBT-friendly place, when it’s mostly the G that has all the fun. for a more female-centric, lesbian-specific, lady friendly SF. Add this celebration to your bucket list if you haven’t spent a PRIDE weekend in San Francisco. So let’s all gather in Dolores park on Saturday, June 27th to let the city know we’re here.This year’s official event will be held on June 27th & 28th. Make sure to follow their official page on facebook for year-round updates: . The San Francisco Dyke March is looking at June 27th this year, so let’s walk with them!Some have said Tinder is the closest thing to a Grindr for straight people.But there has never been a successful equivalent for lesbians.(The company did not reveal how many of them are active daily.) The app allows users to see women in their geographic area, though it does not offer specific proximity information. “Seventy percent of our users say the primary reason they’re on the app is to make new friends,” she said.HER has done the very important work of helping you get your gay on in what is arguably the gayest city in America.Robyn Exton spends a lot of time discriminating against people because of their gender – it’s crucial for her business.The CEO of lesbian dating app Her estimates that she and her five employees – three women, two men – dedicate 15% of their time filtering the catfish out of the app’s dating pool, ensuring that its users can find each other in a completely man-free zone.