In other words, if you identify as queer, don't waste your data plan surfing Match.OKCupid has a little more grit, and caters much more effortlessly to a younger audience.Even gay-geared apps, in the hopes of finding success like heavy hitters Match and OKCupid, design their gender and sexuality options to mimic their straight counterparts.What's the point of catering to niche markets if you're not even going to bother researching their actual needs?"I've been on Tinder for over a year and I've only ever gotten four matches," I once proclaimed to a table full of people."And only one of those has ever responded to a message." Upon hearing this information, a gay male friend cheerfully snatched my phone out of my hands and opened the app."What? Your settings must be wrong." And then he actually proceeded to double check whether or not I had been doing Tinder correctly.And to have a wide userbase, they need straight people.
Wouldn't it be nice to just look at some lesbian personal ads without having to pay a fee?
Unlike traditional lesbian personals, where you browse through hundreds of online profiles, at Lesbotronic you fill out a personal profile and they find your matches for you.
You simply fill out their forms, state who you are and who you're looking for and you will be emailed the addresses of compatible women.
But, since it's free, it's worth checking out.
Like any online dating experience, use caution in giving out any personal information.