Each October the US, Canada and Australia celebrate LGBT History Month by honoring the pioneers that aimed to create a safer and more inclusive world. We acknowledge the efforts of those that fought for equal rights and changed the status quo. The LGBT History Month is about highlighting the accomplishments of LGBTQ+ heroes that stood up against oppression, judgment, and discrimination.
With over 8 million users on Taimi, it is only fitting to let them share their stories of inspirational and influential LGBTQ+ people. So Taimi wants to hear from you — tell us about the people you admire! Famous or not, they deserve to be recognized.
Bring the stories about the people that inspire you to life in your Taimi profiles — we will gladly share them on our social media pages.
As the world’s biggest LGBTQ+ platform, Taimi’s mission is to battle homophobia, biphobia, and transphobia around the globe, as well as to provide LGBTQ+ people with a safe and secure place to be themselves and interact with others — be it dating, making new friends, communicating with favorite influencers, or even becoming them!
That’s why Taimi is constantly seeking partnerships and opportunities to cooperate with NGOs, corporations, social movements, and outstanding individuals. We believe that only together we can win the battle for equality and get rid of discrimination.
“Unfortunately, in more than 70 countries in the world that [being openly LGBTQ+] is not possible to this day. Not to mention the many societal prejudices LGBTQ+ people face in countries where they have legal protection”, said Alex Pasykov, founder of Taimi, in his recently published manifesto about being LGBTQ+ ally.
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About Taimi: Taimi is the world’s largest LGBTQ+ platform that features a social network and dating app. It has several layers of verification, 24/7 profile moderation, around-the-clock live support, and PIN/Fingerprint/Face ID. Taimi has zero-tolerance for judgment, discrimination, hate, or aggression.
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