Plus, HER even provides their users the option to submit other “identities” and “sexualities” they have somehow missed.HER users can choose from the following list to label their “sexuality,” as provided by The dating app originally launched in 2013 in the UK but rebranded itself two years later to offer a more holistic gay experience.And like anyone else, I date, fuck and love whoever I want and spend the rest of the time trying to figure it all out.’ ‘’POLYSEXUALITY is romantic attraction, sexual attraction or sexual behavior toward multiple genders and/or sexes’’ Polysexuality is not to be confused with ‘polyamorous’. It’s the difference between who you love and how you love (polyamorous means multiple romantic or sexual relationships at the same time).I interviewed a polysexual female who said: ‘I might be polysexual, but I can still be monogamous.’ Unlike bisexuals, polysexuals aren’t solely interested in males and females."HER is about creating a space where lesbian, bi, queer, curious, flexisexual, pansexual and not-so-straight women can meet and find out what's going on in their lesbian world,” reads a statement from HER, promoting their re-launching in February of 2015. And, of course, the fine people at HER are unsurprisingly political, frequently promoting “activism," like "sh*t ins," and posting political images poking fun at Republican nominee Donald Trump.According to the app's current homepage, HER is “[f]or dating, making friends, reading content, finding out about local events or just chatting away It's the biggest community for queer women worldwide." The app even has its one lesbian news feed: “You know that new indie lesbian film? They are attracted to multiple distinct genders, but not all.
I imagine over-indulgent love stories with all the beautiful people I pass on the street, but never have the courage to approach.Mostly to genetic, transgender and intersex women, and the occasional guy. Polysexuality is a relatively new label and from what I can tell, not many people know about it yet.Discussing it with others, I’ve found that while some comprehend and accept it, some simply don’t and write you off as being “confused.” But trust me, it took a lot of deliberate thought to get to where I [am] adopting this label as my own.This can include cis/trans women, non-binary, fluid, a-gender, etc., but most cis-men and many trans men are too masculine for me.An Adam Levine or Danny Devito type doesn’t interest me.