LGBT Dating Just Became Easier! Here Are 7 Apps Which Can Help You Find The Love Of Your Life!

8:30 pm 7 Sep, 2018


Dating is fun, I mean who doesn’t like free chocolate, lots of hugs and being pampered by someone you can call as special! It’s a misconception that something like dating can only exist in the world of heterosexuals. You all are in for a surprise as I am going to take you to the world of dating apps for the LGBTQ community. Yes, you heard that right, dating apps for the LGBTQ community! Yesterday, the Supreme Court of India gave one of the most awaited judgement in which it decriminalised homosexuality. Ever since the verdict, the whole nation is enthralled with it.

Take a look at this list of dating apps which can be used by the LGBTQ community to find their soul mate:


1. Grindr



Grindr is one of the most popular geolocation-based social apps for the gay and bi people out there.


2. OkCupid



After including the criteria of gender identity and after successful expansions, OkCupid is a versatile app which caters to the need of all the sexes. It is quite popular among the lesbians.


3. Scruff



Just like Grindr, Scruff is a gay dating app with which every gay or bi guy must be familiar. The app provides a platform to the single gay and bi men to find and meet interesting people.


4. PlanetRomeo




PlanetRomeo aka Romeo is yet another dating app for the people belonging to the LGBTQ community. It is among the well-known apps for them!


5. HER



Just as the name suggests. This app is quite popular among homosexual women.


6. Jack’d



Jack’d is a platform where gay and bisexual men can meet, chat and date.





How can we forget CHAPPY, as this app is also one of the most well-known dating apps for bisexuals and gays. All you need to do is, install it and voila, you are all set.

That’s not it! Ever thought that in a country like India same-sex-marriage is possible? Apparently there is a website known as Arranged Gay Marriage, that has around members from across 24 countries. This portal is all about same-sex arranged marriages and was launched in 2015, in Chicago!



Well, I think love shouldn’t be confined within the stereotypical walls of gender. Don’t you think that the LGBT people out would want their special someone just as much as you want? Think about it.