If you’re a queer female who’s ever done any online dating in the past 5 years, you have undoubtedly heard of HER App.
Using dating apps is the easiest way to meet other queer women in any geographic location.
Before apps like HER App were released, it used to so much harder to meet other queer women. We would have to go to gay bars or gay events or be deeply networked into the queer community (or otherwise just get extremely lucky) in order to meet and connect with other queer women.
Now, because of dating apps we can go to any city and immediately start connecting with the queer women who live there. Plus, apps like HER App allow us to sort for who we’re attracted to and who we share our interests with.
(As opposed to just showing up at a bar or an event, where we are limited to connecting with only the people who happen to physically be there at the same time.)
Did you know that more than 4,000 new women sign up for HER App every single day?
What’s fascinating about the companies who run dating apps is the extraordinary amount of data on queer dating behavior that they have access to.
Apps like HER App have an incredible window into how queer women connect and relate and engage with each other, when they meet online.
And in this episode of Women Wanting Women I interview Robyn Exton, founder of HER App, to teach us all about it.
During the interview Robyn shares:
HER App is a dating resource created for queer women by queer women.
It is the largest social app for LGBTQ+ womxn and queer people to meet.