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Read Her story. Her launched in to help lesbians find dates. While dating is still a big part of the social network, Her has expanded its scope to help users make friends, find community, and unapologetically explore identity. A year before she got her app off the ground, Exton was working in marketing in London. Fed up with the poorly deed and often untrustworthy dating sites targeted at lesbians, she decided to create something better.
Why has no one made an app for us? But after she launched her app on the App Store and quit her job to work on Her full-time, she quickly learned that the model for gay men did not work for women. They mostly just wanted to find other queer people to go to a bar with. Fast-forward to As a result, she relocated her company to San Francisco. Today, Exton and her team have learned a lot from the community they serve.
What started out as an app for lesbians has evolved to support inclusiveness above all else. Nothing makes that more apparent than when you create your profile in Her. Gender identity and sexuality are optional fields, and your choices are vast. The app supports more than 25 different gender expressions and lists over a dozen sexual preferences.
App Store Preview. Heroes come in many forms. Who needs a cape when you have cotton-candy-pink hair? I could be mopping the floors on Saturday, pitching investors on Tuesday. I do whatever needs to be done to keep this company going. Meet people in the queer community with Her. A premium subscription unlocks advanced profile filtering and more.Spare the chat dating
email: [email protected] - phone:(446) 606-5613 x 3122
Women just want your body so spare the chat-ups