Amazing LGBT hashtag #singlequeers goes viral
There’s something just that little bit amazing about the internet, isn’t there?
No matter what age, background, sexual identity or orientation, there’s space for people to bond globally across the internet.
And the latest empowering surge of queer-bonding has been seen on Twitter, when the hashtag #singlequeers went viral.
As you could probably guess, the hashtag is exactly what it says on the tin – it’s for queer people who are looking to talk about their identity – and maybe perhaps find some love, and Twitterverse-based support on the way.
Cue a string of certified hotties spreading their keynote aesthetic in the search for romance.
The thread, encompassing all LGBT+ identities without limits, provided a kaleidoscope of scorching representation.
Some decided to make it one of their few landmark tweets.
Others knew how to charm their way around a selfie.
Mad props to this gal’s highlighter game too.
I for one would like to imagine getting more than 1000 faves for posting several pleasant images of my face.
For others, maybe just maybe it was time to come out – or simply to make their parents blush.
And others well… they just knew their way around a pun. 10/10.
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And for those looking to find a little bit more, one Twitter user decided it was time to create a community DM.
And in the latest spate of research, it has been suggested that gay people are veering more towards monogamy.
hese researchers, who have been in a non-monogamous relationship for 36 years, and have been a couple for 40, had their own unique spin to bring to the tale, as the results showed 89 percent of singles that are 25 and under want to find a monogamous relationship.
Who needs the likes of Grindr and Her when you’ve got Twitter?
And team, it’s not too late to add your photo in. See you there…