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For the lesbian list, Scranton, Pennsylvania ranked sixth (and beat out Austin, Dallas, and Atlanta).
The survey “took into account how many new members of the LGBT community moved into each city in 2015, as well as how many ‘winks’ were sent between gay and lesbian matches” according to Molly Mulshine, writer for .
Dyke March is a celebration of all dykes to raise awareness and build community through an annual Rally and March.
Every year there is a theme that informs the speakers at the event and the overall message it communicates.
Robyn Exton wanted to help a gay girlfriend who had gone through a break-up get back on the market.
But Exton found that dating apps for lesbians were few and akin to Grindr, a service for gay men that is infamous for flings.
Countless lesbian dating and hook-up apps have tried.
Once hailed as revolutionary, they now live on only in the Internet Archive: Brenda, Girl Dar, Our Chart (yes, like the one from “The L Word”), Qrushr, Wing Ma’am. Dattch, a mix of the words “date catch,” was founded by Robyn Exton in 2012 after a cursory look at what dating apps were available for lesbian, bisexual and bi-curious women.
At the time she was working in marketing, and had a dating service client.
The impending closure of the Lexington Club is a major blow to San Francisco's lesbian community, but for women looking to meet other women, it doesn't mean the end of the party, says Robyn Exton, founder of HER, a Tinder-like dating app for lesbian, queer, and bisexual women.
With the Lex's last hurrah set for late April, we asked Exton to give us the scoop on other places in SF and Oakland where queer women can get out and meet each other, from relaxed brunches to all-day danceathons. "Brought to you by Jolene Linsangan, the same woman who gave us Cockblock, UHAUL pulls hundreds of women to Beatbox SF every third Friday.
The March is led by a sound truck, filled with DJs and dykes of color.
They march through the Mission- with blocks and blocks of dykes and allies as far as you can see.