HER (Daatch) is completely for women, and you have to give it to them, they know lesbians. if you've shown interest in someone, they're going to know about it.
Time weeding out scammers and fake profiles and our members are real people looking for casual sex are mostly.
You set the "prowl-o-meter" to how long you're willing to go to find your girl, then start flicking through endless pictures, vapidly deciding which ones you may or may not like based on their face. If you weren't lesbian before, then you sure as hell will be after seeing an array of your local members... Consider yourself warned.) Worst Feature - The post-matching process. You know when you're in a gay club, and the best you can usually hope for is a few fleeting yet purposeful glances from interested women, before they quickly flick their eyes away when you catch them at it?
Like, no one goes and talks to each other, we all just stand in a room in various huddles looking out of the corners of our eyes until we're all drunk enough for the "feel each other up on the dancefloor" portion of the evening. Well, Tinder is the internet equivalent of this phenomenon. " to each other, but now no-one is actually making the first move.
"Both said that this was a really common phenomenon: that dating sites have a notoriously low number of gay women, and that gay women are unlikely to flock to those services, ever." they exist, but even if you find one, the odds that she's your age and single and you connect with her on any romantic level at all are slim to none.
When a straight woman logs into Tinder, it's a totally different experience.