Let’s face it, Boston doesn’t exactly have a romantic reputation.
Unlike New York or Paris, we’re not known for our glittering parties, scenic strollable avenues, or adorable patisseries.
The fleeting predate clumsiness, in the end, was always a small price to pay.
Online/app dating is allegedly destroying romance and turning us all into chiller-than-thou cyborgs, but as a lady who is into ladies, here’s my review: It fucking rules.
We get to know you personally through our online Relationship Questionnaire.
Then we utilize patented matching technology developed by the scientists at e Harmony to match you with like-minded gay singles.
The perfect mix of professional and diva you could ask for.
Meet Cynthia: She has the brightest red lipstick, is the best glitterizer you've ever seen, and has the most welcoming laugh you've heard (never heard it?
Unlike women in other major metropolitan areas, Boston chicks are typically more concerned with comfort and warmth than with fashion, so there better be a damn good reason to get dolled up.
The notable exception to this is Back Bay, where ladies wear lipstick and Lulus to walk their dogs from one end of Newbury St to the other.
The Welcoming Committee is a movement of LGBTQ people who want to experience the whole world, and not just gay bars, in outrageous comfort. In a sea of pink we will live-quote and relive the classic before heading to a giant after party with themed cocktails. On the third Saturday of each month, queer women show up at a straight bar to claim the dance floor and the drink specials. It's a party for LBTQs and all who love them, but only members find out where on our new site! Meet Christine: Her selfie game is strong, her hair game is even stronger, but her hugging game is unbeatable.