This past weekend, TAIMI — gay dating and social network successfully became LGBTQI+ inclusive in the United Kingdom.Following the release in the U.K., the company decided to become LGBTQI+ inclusive in every country TAIMI is currently available in.“We always wanted to be LGBTQI+ inclusive! Our team worked really hard on making sure we get everything right not only in terms of the actual application but also in terms of definitions, awareness and general appropriateness” shares Halyna Virt, TAIMI’s Head of Business DevelopmentTAIMI is adamant about spreading the message of equality, freedom and love around the globe.The social network’s staff include LGBTQI+ activists and allies who are committed to raising awareness and fighting state-sponsored homophobia.TAIMI’s founder — Alex Pasykov says although Taimi that has garnered attention as a dating application for gay men it quickly evolved into a social network that is known for safety, diversity and inclusivity.“When we first started, TAIMI was a gay dating app. However, in just over a year our app has grown to include a massive social networking aspect. Precisely this networking element made us understand that TAIMI cannot afford to be just a gay dating app. TAIMI has to be more! We must give everyone regardless of their gender or sexual identity the opportunity to connect and form different relationships.” says, Mr. PasykovTAIMI continuously fights for equal rights. We tremendously value our freedom and want to do everything in our power to eliminate homophobia around the world.TAIMI prides itself on being a reliable and safe network where users can freely post their opinions, create groups and form communities.TAIMI has several layers of verification, 24/7 profile moderation, around-the-clock live support, and PIN/Fingerprint/Face recognition.TAIMI has zero-tolerance for judgment, discrimination, hate or aggression.TAIMI is free and available to download in the AppStore and GooglePlayA subscription-based premium version is also available.
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