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It takes the small talk out of the matching equation and gets you straight to the 'yay' or 'nay' of fixing a date.
Streamlining things to this extent won't be to everyone's taste, of course, so if you're shy or just getting used to the idea of online dating, there's probably better options out there.
So in the strictest sense, sure, Tinder is gay, lesbian, and bisexual friendly (assuming you’re cisgender — more on that below).
But a plethora of anecdotal evidence suggests that — whether owing to app glitches, user error (or intentional creepiness), or the relatively small LGBTQIA userbase — Tinder will show you people outside of your selected preference with aggravating frequency.
Plus, there's a bit of extra security knowing you're talking to a 'real person': Hinge gives you plenty of details about your potential date in advance (full name, work, education, mutual friends), profiles are validated, and you could even contact your mutual acquaintance to get the lowdown on someone.
Hinge is currently limited to London and apparently thinks 'rando' is an acceptable use of the English language, but on the bright side, it's available for both Android and i OS.
No longer is it considered sad or weird to say you first met your partner digitally, a shift to the mainstream largely down to the success of one app: Tinder.
And because the only options for a user’s interests are male, female, and male or female, anyone in search of a trans, genderqueer, agender, or other non-binary partner have to play a painstaking guessing game.
To be sure, Tinder creates more than an inconvenience for TQIA users — it can create demeaning and even dangerous interactions.
Spoiler alert: I skipped Tinder altogether and met my wife on Match.com, but if you really want to get the low-down, read on.
What Tinder does have going for it, lady love-wise, is that because it pulls profile information from Facebook (without advertising your every dating move), you can see friends you have in common — often a big comfort factor for women whether straight, lesbian, or bi.
If swiping right is as natural as shoving a Johnny in your back pocket before a night out though, check it out.