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The simplest function is clearly not always the most inclusive.
“We didn’t include trans or intersex options,” says Gomez Acebo.
So I wanted to make a way for women to meet each other.” “We don’t cover every eventuality of what everyone is looking for, we focus on a specific set of problems and try to help solve them, problems experienced by bisexual, lesbian, queer, asexual, pansexual and many other sexualities for female identified and non-binary gendered people,” she adds.
At another end of the spectrum, Javier Gomez Acebo, developed his London-dating app Clocked so that you can search for “men”, “women” or “both” from the one dating profile.
They offered to give me the second, superfluous, ridiculous membership for free as they’re a paid service.
Ideally all apps should ask about your own sexuality and gender identity, AND the sexuality and gender identities of the people you’d like to meet.” “As soon as you mention that you are bisexual on your profile, you open yourself up to the ‘unicorn crusaders’ (couples looking for a threesome), which gets a bit annoying if that’s not what you’re looking for.”Unlike the apps previously mentioned, Her accepts acknowledges a host of different sexual identities, and at present, you can use the app to identify as lesbian, queer, gay, bisexual, bi-curious, fluid, pansexual, flexisexual, polysexual, aesexual, TBD [to be decided], questioning, straight – or simply leave it blank.Even though the majority of dating apps have diversified to accommodate gay or lesbian users, people who are attracted to both genders are still forcibly missing out.Many apps simply don’t have a button that lets you browse “both” when it comes to gender, and other non-heteronormative groups, like people who identify as transgender, are even less catered for. For straight people the biggest concern with online dating is often simply choosing the right bio, or the most flattering photo.“While we’re constantly overlooked and forgotten about, there are other sexualities that have it worse,” echoes Brockwell.“Pansexual people are often excluded from even the more progressive apps, or forced to sign up as bisexual which isn’t the same.