A social network for the gay community, which will be free of ads and sponsored content

By Andrew O’BrienPosted February 03, 2020 05:30:10We’re about to start the big summer for the LGBT community, and we’ve got plenty to celebrate.

The new Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation has just launched a free gay and lesbian social network.

We’ve teamed up with social network Song, which is now one of the most popular social networks for the queer community.

We’re releasing a free song service for gay and straight users, which lets them connect with the community on their phones.

We’ve also teamed up to launch a free LGBT dating app, where users can check out gay and gay-friendly dating apps from across the globe.

We hope this new service will provide a valuable platform for our communities to connect, to get to know each other, to share and be inspired by each other.

We hope it will also help us to create a culture that is inclusive and supportive of all communities, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.

Gay and lesbian culture is rich with diverse communities, but it also requires an understanding of what makes the gay and LGBT community unique.

We are proud to announce Song as the first social network to include all LGBT+ people and communities on its platform.

Our community has a rich history of diversity and inclusion, but we’re still working to make sure it’s as inclusive and welcoming as possible.

We welcome your feedback on our new app.

We want to hear from you.

How can I learn more?

If you want to learn more about the new Song gay and lesbians social network and the Song dating app that we launched, we suggest you follow the Song social network page or follow Song on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.

We’d also like to thank the LGBTIQ Foundation for its support in this project.