SPACES is a group chat platform for building queer communities, and the first app to serve the entirety of the LGBTQ+ spectrum.
A Space for all queer fans of horror films and TV series to discuss the genre’s classics and latest offerings.view space
New questions about various topics get posed to the group, and everyone chimes in.view space
A place to both discuss and discover new TV shows with other queer people.view space
A wholesome Space for the epicurious to flex by posting meal pics, sharing recipes and chatting about all things food.view space
A Space for queer people to discuss what they’re currently playing along with the latest in gaming news and releases.view space
A space for all queer MCU fans to discuss theories, announcements and trailers free from toxic trolls!view space
SPACES is a place for all queer people to connect over their favorite topics and interests, plan meetups and hang out.
It’s where we can easily discover and join the specific communities — worldwide fandoms, local teams and organizations, close friends — that matter to us most, some public and others invite-only, all on a platform where we can safely be our true, authentic selves.
Connect with other LGBTQ+ users, easily invite your friends, meet interesting people and discover new communities, locally and globally.
SAFETY & AUTHENTICITY
Hosts have the power to moderate their own Spaces, and our guidelines ensure the safest, least toxic platform for queer people.
Easy to Use
Enjoy our clean and simple app design. Get started in just a few taps, and make use of our 24/7 user support when you have questions.
Being gay on the internet and on social media is not always the safest thing in the world. But there’s a place where all of us can come together, and that is SPACES, a place for queer communities to exist. I get to talk about retro video games and board games and other things that I like, and it’s all queer people! It’s all people who understand who I am. I love it!
It’s not easy for queer women to find places they feel completely safe — either on social media or in real life — but that’s the beauty of SPACES. The Space I host for queer women soccer players is enabling me to find my community online and schedule games and other meetups.
The Star Wars fandom can be incredibly toxic, especially for queer people, and all the big platforms — Facebook, Twitter, YouTube — don’t seem to have any interest in keeping us safe from hate or trolling. On SPACES I’m able to connect with my fellow LGBTQ+ siblings over Star Wars in a safe, peaceful and fun way.