SPACES is a group chat platform for building queer communities, and the first app to serve the entirety of the LGBTQ+ spectrum.
A gathering place for LGBTQ+ artists to share and discuss their own art, whatever the medium, and spark inspirationview space
Share pics of your plant babies or ask for advice in this Space, built for beginners and the green-thumbed alike.view space
Listeners of the award-wining pod discuss gay stereotypes, with a new episode every week!view space
Share photos and stories about NYC, and highlight favorite local spots with other queer people.view space
LOL at smart, silly and goofy memes … and share some that you’ve found with the group.view space
It’s the beloved podcast where we talk TV, including the LGBTQ representation that meant something to you.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.
I’ve really enjoyed using SPACES. It really feels like a safe space for the queer community to connect. I think since SPACES is a queer app by queer people, it allows for better moderation compared to other social media platforms.
It’s very hard to find a social media platform in which you feel respected and safe. And since I first joined SPACES and created the Queer London Network, I’ve realized how important it is for queer people to have a space in which they can connect, feel represented and, most importantly, be themselves.
Having a safe social media platform for queer people is necessary and much-needed. We deserve to have a platform where we can go and feel comfortable being our true, authentic selves without ridicule, bullying or judgment. And it gives us the opportunity to connect with others who understand our struggles and identify with who we are.