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 sharing photos of your adorable four-legged friends and asking for pet-parent adviceview space
Listeners of the award-wining pod discuss gay stereotypes, with a new episode every week!view space
A gathering place for LGBTQ+ artists to share and discuss their own art, whatever the medium, and spark inspirationview space
Share photos and stories about NYC, and highlight favorite local spots 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 all queer fans of horror films and TV series to discuss the genre’s classics and latest offerings.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.
What’s most amazing to me is seeing the sheer diversity of SPACES users, not just in how they personally identify as members of the LGBTQ+ community, but also the crazy range of interests represented in the app!
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.
Over the last few years, the big social media platforms have become toxic pits of hate and harassment, with the bulk of that harassment being directed to LGBTQ+ people of color. I’ve had nothing but positive interactions with other queer people on SPACES, something I didn’t know would even be possible anymore.