|By PR Newswire||
|February 7, 2014 08:30 AM EST||
NEW YORK, Feb. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Since its launch three months ago gay dating site, LGBTQutie.com, has garnered hundreds of new users looking for long-term LGBT relationships. Its expansion last month to seven new regions across North America saw a spike in members from across the tri-state area as well as Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Virginia, and Washington, D.C.
Valentine's Day is right around the corner and many solo LGBT individuals may be feeling the pressure to find love. LGBTQutie provides an alternative to the hookup culture with a safe and secure online community focused on romantic long term relationships. By allowing members to self-identify across the spectrum and actively welcoming individuals who identify outside of the gender binary, LGBTQutie hopes to help more LGBTQ individuals find the love they desire. Individuals who identify as pansexual, asexual, transgender and intersex finally have a safe online dating environment where they can be open about their identity.
Founded in November last year by members of the NY LGBT community who were frustrated with the lack of gay dating platforms, Jordan Weiss and Rachel Kimelman launched LGBTQutie.com as an alternative to hookup sites by focusing on long-term relationships and social connectivity.
"Living as a gay single person in vast NYC, we know how hard it can be to find meaningful relationships. We created this site to help people like us and we are thrilled with the overwhelmingly positive response we received from members that sign up," said Jordan Weiss, co-founder of LGBTQutie.com.
LGBTQutie serves as a social network and a dating site which provides its users with services to meet their social needs regardless of relationship status and fills a need within the gay community. Users can still remain active on the site once they are in a relationship, chatting with friends and planning events, and they can even play matchmaker by introducing like-minded friends to one another.
With options for lesbian dating or gay, bisexual, transgender, pansexual, romantic asexual, and intersex individuals, LGBTQutie hopes to broaden the online dating options for the entire queer community. Featuring a Relationship Readiness Quiz and an LGBTQuestionnaire, LGBTQutie offers unique matching tools to help LGBTQ's find romantic relationships.
Basic membership is free and includes the ability to post up to 30 photos, create events, message users and post comments to the blog. Premium membership to LGBTQutie costs $9.99 per month and includes access to advanced features such as video chat, ability to see who has viewed your profile, advanced search options, ability to play internet games, and initiating IM chat. To help celebrate Valentine's day, LGBTQutie is providing the promo code QutieVday (valid until 2/16 at midnight) which provides a free premium membership for two months!
To learn more about LGBTQutie.com and its events or to sign up for your free membership, visit http://www.LGBTQutie.com. Additionally, users can connect with LGBTQutie through social media by liking its Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/LGBTQutie or following it on Twitter at http://twitter.com/LGBTQutie.
Contact: Jordan Weiss
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