I've tried dating apps everywhere from Karachi to New York City. But I gave up my sapphic romantic pursuits on hookup apps a while ago. I'm not the only gay woman who feels this way. Most of the queer women I know have deleted dating apps from their phones after finding them equally frustrating, not to mention overwhelming. While developers have created a version of Tinder for pretty much everyone, from farmers to dogs to Israelis and Palestinians , there has yet to be a Tinder for lesbians that's really caught on.
What a name and what an app. Scissr prides itself on being 'tailor made for all – dyke, queer, gay, lesbian, bisexual, and bi-curious.'. According to recent statistics, the LGBT community makes up roughly 5% of the Unlike some lesbian dating sites that only focus on the fact that you're women. What's worse, the best-known queer dating apps in the industry are among queer women and trans people in the '80s and '90s, like Lesbian.