Chinese gay dating
Also, unlike Momo, you can use this app in English.
This means if you are familiar with Tinder, you should have no problem navigating Tan Tan.For 12 years, Geng Le (aka Ma Baoli), a married police officer in northern China, runs in secret Danlan.org, a website for gay people.In 2012, when his superiors discover the website, Geng Le loses his family and job.The app was set up in 2012 to help gay women connect with each other within the LGBT community in China and had approximately five million registered users at the time of its removal.It is no longer available in the Google or Apple stores and its web site and main social media account have been shut down.
The app also gives you a choice to either offer to pay for the meal, or to split the bill, allowing you to avoid an awkward situation. Blued’s interface is similar to a mix between an instant messaging service, Facebook, and Twitter.