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The fact that everybody knows what is meant by a service for lesbians means that the right people will use it, which is really important.
There are a lot of other labels that are used - some you might have heard of, some you might not.
No straight guy will ever add a male stranger to his list. He’s such a modern guy you tend to ignore his fashion magazines sitting on the coffee table.
But when you notice he dresses kinda funny, or not manly enough, you could be in for a big surprise. Most gay men can be spotted miles away if you have the nose for them.
With his face lit up in the glow of an i Phone, he's talking to Hung Lad2014. Then one night I saw my flatmate, glued to her i Phone. These details make the people on the other end of the screen, real.
You meet a cute guy in at a party and start talking. You start going on dates and you’re having a good time, but in the midst of pillow talk, he tells you that he’s bisexual.
I was envious about the simplicity and clarity of this new App. I soon found out that Tinder settings can be tweaked for boys who like boys, and good God, what a lot of boys there are.
And where as on Grindr, if you asked for a date you'd be instantly blocked or given a 'lol' and another cock shot, on Tinder, it's clear that this is why we are here. You'll even end up talking about your 'interests.' Tinder isn't a knight in shining armour, a bunch of red roses or Romeo at the foot of your balcony, but it's a step in the right direction.
The labels that a lot of people (including organisations) use are: A lot of people don't like labels but sometimes it’s useful to have some common words that everyone understands, just to make life a bit easier.
For example, a sexual health clinic might hold a ‘lesbian drop-in’ session to offer help just to women who fancy women.
They also forget they are hurting the women they date, as they tend to forget there is no store where a woman can go and buy back the lost time she spent with him.