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TAIMI — the world’s first LGBTQI+ social network and dating app provides tips on how to recognize every unique family on a day dedicated to dads.

These days more than ever we know that the “standard definition” of an old-fashioned TV sitcom family i.e. mom, dad and 2 kids by no means reflects the reality.

Children grow up in different homes — some have two moms, two dads, only one parent, adoptive parents, blended families, grandparents… They all deserve respect and support. Especially, during the days that are traditionally marked as Mother’s or Father’s.

We at TAIMI appreciate all dads that are there for their kids, and thank them for being supportive and understanding.

However, we also want to make sure that all people feel included, seen and appreciated on this day. So here are a few tips on how you can make Father’s Day more inclusive for everyone.

You can showcase your support by choosing a different way to spend the holiday.

  1. Focus on the loving aspects of the relationship, give gender-neutral gifts and cards, talk about the importance of parents rather than just fathers.

2. Definitely ask LGBTQ+ families for direction. Some may celebrate the holiday full on, others not so much.

3. We cannot stress this enough — not every family has one mom and one dad. It is important to celebrate all different kinds of families.

4. Educators often get this one wrong, it’s crucial to get rid of gender stereotypes and stay clear of cards/gifts specifically made for mom or dad.

5. Days like Father’s or Mother’s Day are there to recognize the people that love and care for their children. So, we urge you to recognize your parents, caregivers, grandparents — those that supported you and helped you along the way.

To some Father’s Day may be a painful reminder of someone they lost or a relationship gone wrong.

It is important to remember that not everyone has good memories associated with their fathers, so we must reach out and offer a helping hand to those that may be struggling on this day.

ABOUT TAIMI:

TAIMI is for all LGBTQI+ people, regardless of where they identify on the sexuality and gender spectrum.

The world’s first LGBTQI+ social network and dating app provides all its users with a safe and secure space to join custom groups, create posts, and share their stories.

TAIMI also has a video call feature that will keep you stay connected with the friends you make on the app.

We are here for you, we support you, we love you!

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Celebrate Father’s Day to include all LGBTQ+ families was originally published in Taimi on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

This Friday, May 22nd, we all honor the legacy of Harvey Milk.

Celebrating the life of the first openly gay politician in California is important for everyone, not only LGBTQI+ people. Milk was one of the leaders of the American Civil Rights Movement. He is also one “The 100 Most Important People of the 20th Century” according to TIME Magazine.

Milk was not only an advocate for the LGBT community, but for all minorities.

We recognize his tremendous efforts to build a safe and strong environment for all people.

He supported public education, affordable childcare, and equal rights for everyone.

First elected as San Francisco city supervisor, he held office for only one year before his life was abruptly cut short in 1978 by a political rival who opposed Milk’s liberal views.

Milk’s contributions to the fight for equal rights have been recognized with a posthumous awarding of the Medal of Freedom as well as the creation of a holiday in his memory which was officially signed into law in 2009.

THE IMPORTANCE OF HARVEY MILK DAY

Harvey Milk sacrificed his life for the cause

Harvey Milk risked his life the moment he decided to push for equality. As a gay politician, he had multiple death threats. As San Francisco city supervisor, he fought against a state-wide initiative that discriminated against LGBT+ people teaching in public schools. Harvey Milk won that battle and formed the Castro Village Association, which became a model for other LGBT communities in the United States.

Milk believed that every person is important

Harvey Milk thought that every person was important and valuable thus needed government representation. He promoted diversity in government, assuring that people saw themselves represented across all branches of government. He truly believed in a government by the people, of the people and for the people.

The fight for equality is not over

Harvey Milk ran on a platform of equal rights for everyone regardless of gender, nationality, sexual orientation, religion, or race. Although the society made momentous gains since, there are still many gaps. The fight for equality for which Harvey Milk gave his life remains as relevant today as in 1978.

HOW TO OBSERVE HARVEY MILK DAY

Fly a rainbow flag

The rainbow flag promotes the social and political causes of the LGBTQ+ people. The flag was created in 1978, by Gilbert Baker. However, Baker revealed that Harvey Milk is actually the one who urged him to create a symbol of pride.

Read Milk’s speech “Hope”

Harvey Milk gave his famous “Hope” speech when he announced his candidacy. He also gave an extended version during the Gay Pride Parade in San Francisco. He always knew he was fighting a difficult battle for equality and rights for LGBTQ+ people. Milk believed that “Hope is never silent”.

So, this Friday, May 22 we remind everyone that TAIMI is here for you, regardless of where you identify on the sexuality and gender spectrum.

The world’s first LGBTQI+ social network and dating app provides all its users with a safe and secure space to join custom groups, create posts, and share their stories.

TAIMI also has a video call feature that will keep you stay connected with the friends you make on the app.

We are here for you, we support you, we love you!

Download TAIMI here

Follow TAIMI on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest


TAIMI marks Harvey Milk Day was originally published in Taimi on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

TAIMI — World’s First LGBTQI+ Social Network and Dating App is asking everyone to raise awareness about the issues LGBTQI+ people face every day.

This Sunday, May 17 the world will mark the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia.

The day was created in 2004 to bring attention to the violence and discrimination faced by lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex people as well as all others with diverse sexual and gender identities and expressions.

TAIMI is doing its part in making sure homophobia is eliminated throughout the world. In fact, the company is keen on working with Human Rights Organizations to fight for equality for everyone around the globe.

TAIMI is also hoping to conduct several surveys among its 5+ Million users on the state of LGBTQI+ rights in their countries.

The International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia is marked on May 17th for a reason.

It was on this day in 1990 that the World Health Organization declassified homosexuality as a mental disorder.

TAIMI’s users will have the opportunity to tell their stories in the app and on @taimiapp social media accounts.

To TAIMI this day represents a major global landmark. It is the day to bring attention of world leaders, media, public, opinion makers and local authorities to the issues and situations faced by millions of people with diverse sexual orientations, gender identities, and sex characteristics.

This Sunday, May 17 more than 130 countries will mark the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia.

TAIMI always reminds its users that more than 70 countries keep being LBGT+ illegal. Therefore, it is more crucial than ever to talk about the violence and brutality LGBTQI+ people face in the states where same-sex acts are punishable by law.

The International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia is officially recognized by the European Parliament as well as many United Nations agencies. However, it is not one centralized campaign rather a day to remind everyone to take action in whatever capacity possible.

This year, the day takes on a whole new meaning due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many LGBTQI+ people are facing difficulties at home, some are feeling the burden of being alone, others are afraid that with the cancellation of Pride events around the world — it will be extremely difficult to express their true identity.

TAIMI is here for everyone, regardless of where you identify on the sexuality and gender spectrum.

The world’s first LGBTQI+ social network and dating app provides all its users with a safe and secure space to join custom groups, create posts, and share their stories.

TAIMI also has a video call feature that will keep you stay connected with the friends you make on the app.

We are here for you, we support you, we love you!

Download TAIMI here

Follow TAIMI on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest


International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia was originally published in Taimi on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

TAIMI — LGBTQI+ social network and dating app releases new data amid COVID-19 global pandemic.

During the coronavirus outbreak, TAIMI is trying to keep all its users connected.

The app is launching several initiatives, sending out notifications, promoting digital prides, and offering questionnaires to its users on their daily routines, self isolation, the impact of the current state of affairs on the world, and more.

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TAIMI founder Alex Pasykov says: “there is no doubt that the coronavirus pandemic has changed the world. TAIMI was also impacted because of many cancellations of Prides and events around the globe. However, we are doing all we can to make our users feel involved and included. Although, our plans had to shift this year, TAIMI is constantly working on making our product even better in terms of functionality, safety, socialization, and dating.”

Recently, TAIMI conducted a poll dedicated to the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. Among the questions were hot topics like environment protection, green initiatives, and the effects of COVID-19 pandemic on how people will conduct themselves after the quarantine is lifted.

Currently, TAIMI has over 5 Million users worldwide. The app is offered in more than 45 countries with a constantly expanding user base.

Since the pandemic and self isolation/social distancing measures were implemented, TAIMI saw a tremendous increase in activity. Especially, the social networking part.

TAIMI’s digest stories nearly doubled! Posts, likes, and stories also went up by 45%. TAIMI’s users are extremely active in terms of groups which also saw a 25% growth!

In terms of the Earth Day one-day survey the users were very responsive.

The topic of climate change matters to more than 10,000 users in the United States.

63% of users believe Earth Day serves as important reminder to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle.

Nearly 60% of users say COVID-19 pandemic changed their minds on climate change!

The figures are almost identical when it comes to the effects on health 59.26% of users are certain there is a correlation between climate change and health issues.

Overwhelmingly 67% of users will do their best to reduce consumption once the quarantine is over.

76 percent of TAIMI users say the pandemic has changed the world, and it will never be the same.

70% of users surveyed want to see TAIMI implement “green features”. This serves as a great reminder that TAIMI users are able to submit their ideas in terms of app improvement. TAIMI always listens to its users and constantly improves the app based on their feedback.

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ABOUT TAIMI: 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 App Store and Google Play. A subscription-based premium version is also available.

TAIMI — LGBTQI+ social network and dating app releases new data amid COVID-19 global pandemic. was originally published in Taimi on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

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