Lesbian Dating Chicago
Ullrich had never created an app. In the next few months, Ullrich and Beck, who signed on to co-create the app, researched the market to determine if a viable lesbian dating app existed.
Pink Cupid, a lesbian dating website, proved disappointing, too, Ullrich said. The few lesbian dating apps Ullrich discovered were defunct or had not been marketed properly, she said. Other apps geared toward lesbians, launched in Germany and the United Kingdom, were geofenced, meaning that their GPS location-based system would not register in other locales. With the help of West Loop-based Ora Interactive , Ullrich and Beck spent the next year developing the Scissr app, designing and branding Scissr to ensure the application would "make women feel welcome," Ullrich said.
How it works Just like Grindr, the Scissr app taps into the GPS system on the a mobile device to determine the user's location and other users nearby. Spin Nightclub W. Berlin W. The environment seems to be a little cliquey, so go with a big group of friends. That being said, I encourage you to check it out for yourself, preferably on a Thursday night for the Stardust party or bring your friends to Robyn night on Sunday.
Joie de Vine W. Balmoral Ave. Do you like wine? Do you also like lesbians? Sapphic Adventures Lady-loving-ladies-only events, organized by other Chicago gay ladies. A good choice after a night of partying in Boystown, the Chicago Diner is completely vegetarian and mostly vegan. Stop in for a burger and some beer, and then dance the night away! My new favorite place.
Oh, and while you are eating, a hilarious female impersonator comes out and performs for you. The breakfast is always a solid choice, and I enjoy their milkshakes and desserts. Pick Me Up also has vegetarian and vegan options. The menu here is really diverse, and they serve booze, too. Located on the north edge of Boystown, this IHOP is open 24 hours and almost always packed full of queers with the munchies, especially after the bars close.
A cute little bookstore that hosts author readings, feminist book clubs, and various other events. Every time I go in there, I half-expect Fred Armisen in a dress to yell at me for shaving my armpits. There is, however, a wonderfully extensive LGBTQ section, covering everything from culture to humor to history. Also, their sex section is pretty boss as well. Take it for what it is, I guess. CMSA offers coed and single-sex options for tons of sports at various levels.