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LGBTWho, a Newly Launched Dating App, Brings Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgenders Together

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 27, 2018 – Love does not belong to any colour, caste, or creed. Why should it then be any different for the LGBTQ community?

LGBTWho represents a first step towards building a common platform where members can meet, greet, chat, and take the relationship forward, if they wish. The app has been specifically designed to provide a safe space where people, without any fear, can find a friend or better yet, a soulmate. The aim is to provide a singular umbrella under which members who identify with alternative sexual preferences can unite.

With LGBTWho, you never need to be lonely, ever again. The app allows you to interact with people who you may never meet in your day to day routine, share stories with, and seek companionship. And all of this can be done with a simple swipe or tape, thanks to the easy-to-use user-interface. (PRNewsfoto/LGBTWho)

The First Of Its Kind

There are many apps on the App Store and on Google Play that cater to either lesbians, or gays, or bisexuals. LGBTWho can be said to be the first of its kind, a sentiment echoed by the CEO, Emma Lee, “…An exclusive community for lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and transgenders…to seek friends, partners, a marriage…maybe (even) FWB fun.”

The emphasis is on community. It hopes that the app acts as a digital tool that brings together people in a warm, friendly manner, providing a safe space where it can support one another and build important relationships to last a lifetime.

Never Feel Lonely Again

More than just the tag line for the app, think of it as their mission statement.

Loneliness has been slowly and steadily transforming into a millennial social epidemic. Medical studies have shown that being lonely for an extended period of time can kill a person. Things have come to such a pass that the UK has appointed a Minister for Loneliness.

The App’s Unique Features

Simplicity is the motto followed while designing LGBTWho. They wanted the members who use their app to have a seamless experience, just like in real life when you meet someone new. This led members to embed some unique features on their app:

  • Choose Your Sexual Preference
    Being an umbrella app for the entire LBTQ community, users can choose to meet others who match their sexual preference. For instance, lesbians can look up other women, gays can look up other men. The same holds true for bisexuals and transgenders.
  • Kiss To Match
    Users can send a virtual kiss to another member they are interested in. If the latter replies with a kiss, then they have a match. It is as simple as that. The kiss makes for an interesting visual, thus enhancing the user experience.
  • Instant Connect
    Once two profiles are matched, the members can instantly send messages to each other. Every new relationship or friendship has a spark, and LGBTWho ignites it in double quick time.
  • Customer Support
    Their responsibility extends to more than just developing a platform for the community. It also offers round-the-clock assistance to users, in addition to verifying each account to prevent fake profiles.

Safe And Secure

In the digital age where privacy is often compromised, LGBTWho takes a stand to protect vital information of all its members. The app is enhanced with the latest encryption technology, providing a safe and secure platform for their users to communicate.

The other aspect of their commitment towards digital safety is best described in the words of the CEO, Emma Lee, “…Any sexually explicit content like pornography, photo or video will be removed from the app.”

Join LGBTWho, Join The Community

They like to think of the app as a commune for those of us who are isolated, lonely, and looking for a support network. LGBTWho is dedicated to taking the first progressive step, together with members of the community.

Join it today.

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Download LGBTWho iOS app here:

Download LGBTWho Android app here:

Media contact:
Emma Lee
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