Technology

3 April 2019

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Meet Q, the first genderless voice

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Voice assistants have become an ingrained part of our daily lives, with many people resorting to Siri before even asking Google a question. They have become a staple of smartphones, smartwatches and all things imbued with artificial intelligence. Traditionally, the gender of the voices used for virtual assistants have greatly depended on their application. For […]

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4 November 2018

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You can now make your coming out Facebook official

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In the past few years, 11 October has become known as National Coming Out Day, with many people opting to make their coming out a public affair – after all, it’s only real when it’s Facebook official. 2 years ago today I came out 😛🌈 pic.twitter.com/nfHGq084yz — poppy (@pxppyrose) February 24, 2017 Poppy Dadd’s coming […]

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29 September 2018

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This app is indispensable on your next adventure

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Too long have members of the LGBTQ+ community had to make restaurant and hotel bookings, only to find out the owners are homophobic, spoiling what they intended to be a fantastic trip or a good night out. RADR is a new app, developed specifically with LGBTQ+ travellers in mind. The app allows you to search […]

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26 September 2018

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Do you want to talk to LGBTQ+ people?

Written by on 26 September 2018

Let’s be honest: There are LGBTQ+ people everywhere. On every continent, in every country, every city, every town, every village. They may be a diverse minority, but they do form an integral part of the fabric of society. We all know LGBTQ+ people, whether we are aware of it or not. And because they are […]

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17 July 2018

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LGBT emojis: A picture paints a thousand words

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The meteoric rise of the emoji in the past few years has been astounding, to say the least. What started as a humble list of 176 pictorial representations of emotions, designed by the Japanese artist Shigetaka Kurita for mobile phones and pagers in 1999 (this collection now forms a part of the Museum of Modern […]

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Gay Apps

10 May 2018

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You have to try these LGBTQI+ apps

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The LGBTQI+ community is close-knit and its members look out for one another. With that being said, the only LGBT-focused apps you’ve had on your phone were probably dating apps. There’s a world of handy information out there, brothers and sisters, and these are some LGBTQI+ apps that you should definitely download and check out. […]

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