If you've spent any time navigating the gay dating scene in New York City, you know it's no stroll through Central Park. In fact, it's usually anything but. From the colorful labyrinth of a bar scene to myriad of dating apps like Grindr and Scruff, dating in the city can often be a world of miscommunications and missed connections. A brand new way to meet that special guy has just hit the App Store and we're actually pretty excited about it.
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Chappy is a supportive dating community, full of respect and equality. Creators claim: their mission is to take freedom, respect, and safety to the next level. According to the Chappy review, this site competes with the most popular online dating platforms like Tinder. After the collaboration with Bumble in , the community now is just gigantic. Tired of such inequality and the lack of dating space specifically for gays, he wanted to bring the idea of an inclusive and safe gay dating platform to life.
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Long gone are the days of meet cutes. We've swiped through Tinder till our thumbs hurt and have heard a few Grindr horror stories to freak us out. An app where guys can go to meet and connect with actual guys, not just headless photos of torsos and anonymous dick pics…. It also creates a safer space for gay dating, where every leading man looking for love has to show his face in all his photos and all profiles are verified via Facebook to help tackle fake profiles. And while Facebook verification is all well and good, the coolest feature of the app's whole schtick is definitely the Chappy sliding scale.
Dating apps run the gamut. From platforms geared toward religious affiliations to social class delineations to ones for Disney aficionados yes, that exists , there seems to be something for everyone nowadays. In regards to gay men, in particular, the app market is riddled with options centered on appearance: i. Very little are actually grounded in emotional connections—a pervasive characteristic that Chappy , a new app created by the parent company of Bumble, is trying to circumvent. Founded in , Chappy aims to be a judgment-free space.