To enable cookies, follow the instructions for your browser below.Facebook App: Open links in External Browser There is a specific issue with the Facebook in-app browser intermittently making requests to websites without cookies that had previously been set.“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.More social, less dating,” app founder Robyn Exton said.FOR a long time time, Australian lesbians have had to sit back and watch their gay brothers search for love on gay men dating apps, but now a new app built for lesbian women is launching in Australia tomorrow.Known as Her, the app is the built specifically for women who like women.Take a look at the results below: Similarly, non-White men are 19% less likely to contact White women than non-White women According to the data, the majority of Australian singles are looking for love outside their own ethnic group, which reflects a similar cross racial dating pattern in the United States — the data there showed that all men preferred Asian women, except for Asian men! From its vast open spaces to its vibrant multicultural cities, from its endless pristine beaches to its sleepy suburbs – Australia is an exciting and diverse place to live.
Unlike the standard dating apps available for the gay men of Australia, this new app will feature Pinterest-style profiles, a community feed with events and content in what is being described as a mash up of Tinder and Facebook if it were created by women and for women.The story of how one Australian mum and her adopted son came to be a family has some uncanny similarities to the Hollywood film Lion.Joel De Carteret was just five years old when he got lost in a crowded marketplace in Manila, in the Philippines.Three male suspects were shot dead within eight minutes of the first call to London’s emergency services just after 10pm.The men had ploughed into civilians on London Bridge before fleeing the vehicle and randomly stabbing people who were enjoying themselves in restaurants and bars.It is understood the man came at her from behind, grabbed her head and stabbed her in the neck, the She was one of 48 people who were injured in the attack on Saturday evening in which seven people died. The knife had missed her main arteries and windpipe. She wrote on Facebook: “Hey everyone, just so you know, I’m doing ok. Ms Hedge, from Brisbane, had moved to the UK about six months ago, and was working in the hospitality industry.