From gamers to bears, you’re sure to find someone you’re interested in.Scruff is a free app, but if you want access to more advanced search features, user videos, and message histories, you’ll need to pay a month for Scruff Pro.Among the 10,000 Gleeden members who responded to the question some 86 percent said they were deeply frustrated by their man's tendency to skip housework and 84 percent admitted to it having caused arguments.Women responded that the overburden of housework left them looking for satisfaction, attention and a desire to feel feminine, that the vacuum cleaner and rubber gloves could not give them.Traditionally, this community has been ignored altogether or added as an afterthought — with the generic “Gay” button hidden deep in the settings.Luckily, times are changing and developers are creating apps just for the LGBTQ community.And the reason for the rise in cheating among couples?"People have more partners these days, women are much more in the working environment so they come into contact with other men, there's technology and social media, meaning people can communicate in private.
Another relative newcomer to the LGBTQ dating app scene, Scissr is a gorgeous dating app for women.Perhaps Gleeden's conclusions are no surprise given that a survey last year by French statistics agency INSEE revealed that women in France still carry out two thirds of domestic chores, even though men were pulling their weight more than in the past.Perhaps a similar survey needs to be carried of Gleeden's male members given that one in two Frenchmen in couples admits to cheating on their partner, according to a 2014 Ifop poll.It’s a fun app for chatting, trading photos, and meeting up with people. Tinder lets you swipe right on people across the LGBTQ spectrum.Tinder, along with Grindr, has added a number of new features to make it welcoming to trans and queer users.These apps provide a platform for everything from hookups to long-term relationships. If you’re looking for something a little more substantial than a hookup, LGBTQutie is a great option.And while some apps continue to cater to specific groups within the LGBTQ community, most are moving toward creating inclusive and supportive platforms for everyone. A relative newcomer to the dating app scene, LGBTQutie was created to foster meaningful relationships.And your progress is synced across devices, so you can always pick up right where you left off.While there’s no shortage of dating apps available that cater to just about every audience and interest, few have been created with the LGBTQ community in mind.Launched in 2017, Chappy is one of the newer dating apps to come along.Chappy allows guys to chat with other men without all of the stigma attached to gay dating apps.