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Once more I’m in that virtual hell that is mindlessly swiping in hopes of some kind of intimate connection.

I’m tired of having to swipe through MEN though my settings are set to only women.

Im tired of swiping on weird edgelord girls or girls who are looking for friends only or couples, or girls who are just sooo not attractive to me.

It’s just another bottomless pit of despair.

So hopefully maybe some more of you ladies will hop on Club Monocle so they can get a dating section going? I feel like that app is my only safe space.

Once more I’m in that virtual hell that is mindlessly swiping in hopes of some kind of intimate connection. I’m tired of having to swipe through MEN though my settings are set to only women. Im tired of swiping on weird edgelord girls or girls who are looking for friends only or couples, or girls who are just sooo not attractive to me. It’s just another bottomless pit of despair. So hopefully maybe some more of you ladies will hop on Club Monocle so they can get a dating section going? I feel like that app is my only safe space.

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[–] ItsCalculated 10 points Edited

If you look back in my history I made a post when I was at one point on Tinder, Bumble, Hinge, HER and Ok Cupid all at the same time. I recommend HER above all. Ok Cupid second, and Tinder third. Don't even bother with Bumble, or Hinge. The population is too small.

I was avoiding HER because I knew it allowed the gender specials but it actually worked out for me. Once you accept that you will have to swipe left on some TIMs it's actually pretty good. You will find more lesbians than anywhere else, and they will actually say they are lesbians in their profile instead of the Russian roulette with bisexuals, women experimenting, and women just fucking with us on other apps (especially Tinder).

I'm in a relationship now with a sporty/masc lesbian I met on HER.

In my experience HER is where all the HIM’s go.

Just redownloaded it and of course the first two were not-at-all-trying-to-pass males. Yuck.