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I think since Her has gone full TRA, there should definitely be a new app for women only. Lesbians and febfems deserve a space that's just for them and it's so unfair that tims are invading everywhere. If anyone has heard of a new app of knows there's one in the makings I'd love to hear about it!

I think since Her has gone full TRA, there should definitely be a new app for women only. Lesbians and febfems deserve a space that's just for them and it's so unfair that tims are invading everywhere. If anyone has heard of a new app of knows there's one in the makings I'd love to hear about it!

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The only one I know of is Club Monocle. There's also the Giggle app, which only allows women. I think it has a dating section too.

This.

Though as a febfem I personally wouldn't join Club Monocle because it's meant to be a lesbian-only dating app. If I matched with someone on there, dated her, and things got serious enough, then eventually my history with OSA would come up. Assuming that most/all Club Monocle users are lez4lez, then when she finds out she's been dating a febfem rather than a lesbian this whole time, she might feel like she's been catfished or at least lied to. I would never want to make a girl feel like that.

Plus, I've done a lot of work to get over a lot of internalized biphobia, and I'm totally done with apologizing for it, and I definitely don't want to hide it and go back in the closet just to use some dating app.

I actually read that bisexual women are welcome on Club Monocle, and they do ban overtly biphobic people.

Personally I would approach it by mentioning the fact that I'm bi in my profile, along with other relevant info "bisexual Kinsey 5, strictly monogamous, radical feminist, vegan" etc. That way the lez4lez women can swipe left confidently, and women who are still interested know I'm not some kind of Disaster Bisexual.