LGBTQIA+ community in India gets new matchmaking app by, RainbowLuv 

 LGBTQ dating apps are becoming increasingly popular. The good news for the LGBTQ community is that creators all over the world are thinking about them and creating amazing platforms for them to connect, meet, and fall in love! 

The Indian Supreme Court lifted a colonial-era ban on gay sex on September 6, 2018, to improve the rights of the country’s LGBTQIA community; however, same-sex marriage is not legal. Mostly dating services cater gender binary persons but now lesbians or gays also have the community to join and search for matches. The matrimonial apps industry is on lookout for newer communities and groups to get more users on board. ​ 

 If you’re tired of dating apps that don’t include the trans and queer communities, Rainbow LUV  is a perfect solution. Known as the largest social networking app for gay, bi, trans, and queer people, one won’t ever be short of choices when looking for a date. 

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What’s the app about? 

Most generic apps have now specialised windows for LGBTQ dating. We will discuss in this section about who has launched RainbowLuv, a matchmaking and relationship app designed to help the large LGBTQIA+ community in India find serious and meaningful relationships. The app includes 45+ gender identities, 122+ orientation tags, and 48+ pronouns. As an inclusive platform for LGBTQIA+ people of all sexual orientations and gender identities, people who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans, non-binary, asexual, a romantic, polyamorous, or any other identity can find profiles of other like-minded people to date and bond with. 

Rainbow Luv aims to be a “safe and trusted platform” for the LGBTQIA+ community and was created after more than a year of discussions and workshops with members of the community. 

The portal has policies in place to prevent incidents of verbal or physical abuse directed at its users. When registering, all users must provide one or more forms of official identification. There is also an extra layer of selfie verification that is reviewed by artificial intelligence and machine learning technology. 

Only paying users can send interest signals or initiate conversations with other programme users. And Rainbow LUV will prevent that from happening, unlike many other similar apps where a paid member may gain access to the mobile phones of other members. The member must grant permission for anyone to have access to any personal contact information. The user can create a profile and search for matches by sexual orientation, location, age, income, and occupation.

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RainbowLuv provides free registration with the following advantages: 

  • There are over 45+ gender identities, 122+ orientation tags, and 48+ pronouns. 
  • 100% verified government ID profiles for complete trust and security 
  • View only genuine member photos that have been selfie-verified. 
  • Chat with your preferred matches directly to advance the conversation. 

RainbowLuv follows the launch of Jodii App, a matrimonial service available in nine regional languages. That caters to non-graduates (Diploma, 12th, 10th std. or lower), working in blue-collar jobs, and addresses the matchmaking needs of millions of Indians in their mother tongue. The complex array of match questions on this dating app allows users to quickly determine who is a good match for them, making this app more likely to foster serious, long-term connections. It is available for download from the Android Play Store and the Apple App Store. 

It is a dating app that is open to the community of open-minded and easy-going LGBTQ people who live their lives in all the colours of the rainbow. At the same time, you can swipe, match, chat, call, and meet your ideal partner! You can expand your network of queer people and meet someone special. 

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