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Lesbians, by and large, have resisted the pattern that has swept almost every other demographic of love-seekers — they tend to eschew technology and, instead, seek each other out in brick-and-mortar spots where queer women have traditionally had a strong presence. Exton said one of the biggest battles of running a dating app and social network for queer women is getting users to actually make the first move.

That’s partially why Her pushed its social network into the real world last year with a series of in-person events, where like-minded queer women can meet face-to-face.

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(The company did not reveal how many of them are active daily.) The app allows users to see women in their geographic area, though it does not offer specific proximity information. “Seventy percent of our users say the primary reason they’re on the app is to make new friends,” she said.

A paid version allows users to see who is online in real time and exchange messages with them. “I think that’s true, but beneath that, many of them also want to find someone to care about them in a more intimate way. So the app needs to cater to both experiences.” (l-r) Chloe Rainwater and friend Dom De Guzman walk down the stairs as they leave Dom's house to go out to lunch in San Francisco, California, on Monday, Feb. Chloe and Dom, who have known each other since high school and dated on and off throughout the years, reconnected recently through a lesbian dating app called Her.(l-r) Chloe Rainwater and friend Dom De Guzman walk back to their car after eating lunch at Kitchen Story in the Castro district in San Francisco, California, on Monday, Feb. Chloe and Dom, who have known each other since high school and dated on and off throughout the years, reconnected recently through a lesbian dating app called Her.(l-r) Chloe Rainwater and friend Dom De Guzman laugh as they eat lunch at Kitchen Story in the Castro district in San Francisco, California, on Monday, Feb. Chloe and Dom, who have known each other since high school and dated on and off throughout the years, reconnected recently through a lesbian dating app called Her.(l-r) Chloe Rainwater and friend Dom De Guzman look at Dom's phone in San Francisco, California, on Monday, Feb. Chloe and Dom, who have known each other since high school and dated on and off throughout the years, reconnected recently through a lesbian dating app called Her.(l-r) Chloe Rainwater and friend Dom De Guzman chat with each other while giving an interview in San Francisco, California, on Monday, Feb. Chloe and Dom, who have known each other since high school and dated on and off throughout the years, reconnected recently through a lesbian dating app called Her.(l-r) Chloe Rainwater hugs friend Dom De Guzman as they get ready to leave the house to go out to lunch in San Francisco, California, on Monday, Feb. Chloe and Dom, who have known each other since high school and dated on and off throughout the years, reconnected recently through a lesbian dating app called Her.

Some have said Tinder is the closest thing to a Grindr for straight people.

But there has never been a successful equivalent for lesbians.

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