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Elliott isn’t on Tinder or Grindr (anymore), but he says if he were, he would expect to constantly swipe through familiar faces—dated that guy, know someone who slept with him, work across the hall from this one, etc.On the other hand, the ever-expanding web of who knows whom in this town means that friends and colleagues can vouch for each other and make introductions that might not happen otherwise. All the time, people say, ‘Hey, you should meet so-and-so.’ ‘I think you would like so-and-so,’” he says.For example, the CVille Lesbian Outdoor Group, currently 46 members strong and regularly active.
“I put a lot of stock in getting to know someone face-to-face,” he says.To pay attention to that, to me, is really important.” Green notes that in a larger city, due to the sheer number of people, LGBTQ minorities are more likely to have access to an array of support groups.Charlottesville has come a long way in terms of services available to all minorities, Green says, but she and Bellamy agree that there’s still plenty of work to be done.But what about the apps specifically for queer women, like HER and Dattch?Or Hornet, which allows you to have both public and private photos on your profile?
Despite its versatility, though, Charlottesville is a small town.