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What sets it apart: This app offers privacy filters for trans and nonbinary users, a wider range of gender pronouns, relationship styles, and advanced security options so users that are trolling or being offensive can be reported and blocked from the community. As part of a series of editorials about transgender experiences, we are featuring personal stories that reflect the strength, diversity and challenges of the community.
After La Mon transitioned from female to male, he didn’t change his gender to “male” on his OKCupid profile; instead, he started a second profile where he identified as “male.” He kept the female profile active because he thinks that some women who typically date other women might also be interested in dating transgender men.Not to mention the unsavory pictures and gross one-liners so common on the app.That said, there are definitely other options out there for you to explore, so stay tuned! Coffee Meets Bagel How it works: Every day at noon, you get one match (your bagel) selected for you.Your matches will also improve over time as the app learns more about what you like. It also is the only dating service where there are more women than men. JSwipe How it works: JSwipe is very similar to Tinder in how user-friendly and fast-paced it is.Coffee meets Bagel, unlike many other dating apps, is more about quality over quantity. Similar to Tinder, you can swipe left or swipe right whether you would like to connect with someone or not. What sets it apart: JSwipe is the #1 Jewish dating app with users in over 70 countries. Bumble How it works: After two people swipe right on each other they are added to their "hive" of connections.There is also a newsfeed and an events page so you can meet your matches offline and share LGBT articles, videos, and funny Buzzfeed articles of your choice with them. Similar to Her, this app also has an events feed for LGBT-specific meet-ups, concerts, and other events.
Unlike these other apps, Wing Ma’am has filters where users can sort matches by gender, sexuality, and relationship preference spectrum including queer, questioning, genderqueer, trans, intersex, polyamorous, and asexual individuals.
Sleidi said that she is "very gay," and some of her transgender friends are uncomfortable using OKCupid.
From the beginning, she knew it was important to allow people to identify as queer and transgender in their profiles.
In 2013, an online petition asking OKCupid to accommodate trans and genderqueer people received more than 1,000 signatures.
Ryley Pogensky, the genderqueer person who created the petition, said that when he asked OKCupid about adding more gender identity options, a representative told him it would be difficult to change the site because it was built “in a pretty binary way.” La Mon has noticed that his male and female OKCupid profiles get different matches.
Winter La Mon is a 28-year-old transgender man who lives in New York City.