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About HER

Looking for a dating app that’s as queer and FLINTA-friendly as you are? Look no further than HER, the biggest and baddest dating app for FLINTA folks!

HER was created by queer women for queer women and gender-diverse people. Our safe and inclusive space is perfect for connecting with fellow sapphics, finding FLINTA events near you, and maybe even finding that special they-dy who will sweep you off your feet!

With over 13 million registered users worldwide and thriving communities in the US, UK, Germany, France, Canada, Australia, Netherlands, Thailand, and Brazil, HER is the perfect place to connect with like-minded lesbians. And let’s be real: those other dating apps? Total hetero-normative nonsense! They might try to claim they’re inclusive, but their focus on cis-gendered and heterosexual users can be super alienating for queer and trans folks.

So why not ditch those boring apps and join the FLINTA revolution? Download HER now, and let the flirting begin! True love may not be guaranteed, but good vibes and gayness definitely are. 😘

HER Founder Robyn Exton was “driven by her own frustration at a dismal [sic] lesbian dating sites that she was using… [she] decided to make a pivot from her career in branding, learned to code, and launched HER,” In Magazine.

Through her own journey in online dating, Robyn noticed an infuriating gap in the market, knowing that “no one had built a mobile product for queer women.”

PS: Robyn still reads user emails! When you sign up, you’ll get an email from her. How many CEOs let you in their DMs?

How is HER different from other dating apps?

The competitive advantage provided to users by the HER app is the design tailored specifically to queer people, helping them avoid some of the downsides to using mainstream dating apps.

Platforms like Tinder or Bumble were created with the “typical” user in mind: a cisgender, heterosexual individual. Their marketing fits this prototypical user by presenting images of straight couples, cis users, and mainstream interactions.

On HER, our users aren’t pushed into the heteronormative narrative and are rather encouraged to be open about their identities and relationship orientations.

Our advertising is inclusive and representative, featuring queer couples on our website and log-in pages and expanding past the marketing norm of employing white models.

In the name of expressing your full self, we even have a section in your profile where you can select whether you’re looking for a monogamous relationship, polyamorous relationship, or both.

Filters allow users to select their swipe deck’s genders, sexualities, and preferences, so you can finally find a community that aligns with what you’re looking for!

Many mainstream apps present a unique challenge for queer folks: exposure to “unicorn hunters.” These are straight couples looking for a third (usually a queer woman) to fulfill a fantasy.

For queer people, these interactions are often alienating and may make them feel like their identities are being fetishized or they’re being used for their interest in a certain gender.

Queer people on these apps experience unfriendly interactions at best and hostile behavior at worst.

HER creates a safe space for the FLINTA community to connect, chat, date, and meet.

As we’ve mentioned, it’s aimed at queer users, so there’s no need to sweat it if you want to be open about being trans, kinky, or polyamorous. Our community welcomes all queer women and people, and we would love to have you join us!

Download the HER app today and connect with someone new!