Wing Ma’am Wing Ma’am is described as a social app not a dating one. The app is attempting to create a stronger LGBTQ community by keeping you up to date about lesbian friendly events in your area, while allowing you to create your own events to find people you’ll get along with, from raves to knitting parties.
Diva app DIVA is still the biggest selling lesbian magazine with news, entertainment, travel, music, scene, real life features and listings.
Really easy to use too if you’re a technophobe like me.
Finding love is a challenging quest even in your home country.
Lesbian Sex Positions Nothing worse than getting a regular Karma Sutra book and having to skip a load of them.
This is the first sex positions app especially for lesbian and bisexual women.
It has a timeline to keep in touch with all things lesbian, to read the news, find out what’s happening in your city and make friends.
You can also anonymously like photos and text items, and girls only know if they like you back.
“Boys here seem to suffer from a compulsive wish for their personal freedom and relationships inhibit that,” 25-year-old Anna, who is from Berlin, told The Local.
Compared to a few years ago there’s quite a few apps out there for us now.
I’ve been trawling through them all and picked out the best for your pleasure.
It’s simple and allows you to connect with other women to just talk about fashion, food, culture music and everything else.
Moovz Described as ‘gay Facebook but better’, Moovz is somewhere you can share your life and was created with a vision to provide the global LGBT community a common space to feel free to speak.
The magazine also has a dating site called Diva Date.