Ariella Furman has launched a revolutionary LGBT dating app geared towards lesbian women called Wing Ma'am. Furman first started launching monthly parties for LGBT women. When the mailing list spectacularly grew to 4,000 members, Furman realized there was a market for a dating app similar to Grindr.
Furman created her own app called Wing Ma'am, which grew to 8,000 users during demo period alone. The app most importantly isn't "hook-up oriented" and allows users to scroll through events and profiles in their geographical region, RSVP to events and make their own. Wing Ma'am is dependent on geographical location like Grindr, Tinder and Dattch, but allows for more structured meetings.
The Wing Ma'am app is receiving outstanding responses with its largest users pooled in major cities like Boston and New York. Furman claims that lesbian women tend to look more for relationships rather than hookups. The Wing Ma'am app is the perfect wing women to connect with local lesbians.
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