If anything, marginalized groups in society need accessibility to meeting people online, which is exactly why Dattch was developed.

Founder Robyn Exton realized that the current dating products out there were not only flooded with dudes asking for threesomes, but that the actual mechanics of the services didn’t fit the way that queer women relate to each other.

Dattch has a built-in blog so that queer women can keep up with community events, as well.

" apps is Her, a reincarnation of the app that was previously launched as Daatch.

To start, each Dattch user has their own living profile that they can update with photos from Instagram, Facebook and their camera album.

You can view a Pinterest-style board of ladies in your area, or search through various filters.

And if you’re really shy, Dattch has a “Would You Rather? Users choose between two girls, and if both women choose each other, they’re sent a notification to let them know and get chatting.

You can like other users’ entire profile or individual photos, which sends them a notification, or add them to your Wish List secretly to keep an eye on them.

Just create a simple profile, post up your photos, and soon you'll be networking with our incredible personals. You can even upgrade your membership for email, instant messaging, and real-time chat.For real relationships, romance, friendships, networking and more, She Meets is the place for you. It seems like once a year, there's a new lesbian/queer dating app that comes out and it hardly works, soon becomes forgotten, and every queer woman on earth sighs a heavy sigh and continues on with her day.The latest in these is frustrating "Jesus, can't queer women have anything nice?! Today, Dattch goes live in New York after hitting the UK, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Florida.The app has also been released for Android in all available markets. Though gay and lesbian markets are more niche than the larger heterosexual population, they’re an underserved bunch.