Dating and personals
The post, titled "Tender Queer Butch4Butch," took Juniper two weeks to craft, but the care paid off: the ad ultimately garnered well over 1,000 likes—and more than 200 messages."I was so used to the Tinder culture of nobody wanting to text back," Juniper says.
"All of the sudden I had hundreds of queers flooding my inbox trying to hang out." The response was invigorating, but ultimately Juniper found their match by responding to someone else: Arizona, another recent college grad who had written a Personals ad titled "Rush Limbaugh’s Worst Nightmare".
It enables you to create a fully functioning and captivating dating or social website with many of the advanced features found on other major sites.
"If this had started at the same time Tinder was coming on the scene it would’ve been lost in the shuffle."Personals have a history in the back pages of newspapers and alt-weeklies that goes back decades.