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Similar videos started appearing in her feed. TikTok uses an algorithm designed to push people into niche communities.

According to a New York Times report , TikTok's engineers created an equation that evaluates each click and like a user makes, and how much time they spend on a given video. As the algorithm obtains more of this data, it feeds viewers more videos like the ones that previously caught their attention.

To users, it can often feel like TikTok is reading their mind's deepest musings. The three other women told Insider they had similar experiences to Williamson's. After a few weeks, those "straight" videos were replaced with increasingly frequent videos of queer women. But when she couldn't stop watching a TikTok of a strikingly beautiful woman, she said she felt confused about her sexuality for the first time ever.

For some women, TikTok removed the veil of 'compulsory heterosexuality' Kelley said she wasn't exposed to many gay relationships prior to joining TikTok.

But everything clicked when she saw a TikTok video that explained compulsory heterosexuality, pointing her to a viral Google document on the subject. Williamson said she had a similar experience. She dated men out of curiosity when she was younger, because all of her peers were. Compulsory heterosexuality "creates an obligation to go with the status quo," Luna Matatas, a pleasure educator and creator of Peg the Patriarchy, told Cosmopolitan.

Ashley Matheson, a TikTok creator who now identifies as a queer woman, grew up in a Catholic community where she said homosexuality was stigmatized.

It wasn't until she saw TikTok videos of women showing romantic affection toward other women that she felt comfortable coming out. Matheson said some users who come across her queer content, which she began to make after coming out, will try to convince her she's wrong about her sexuality.