In Boston, where I live, I saw an ad for a 38-year-old "slightly stocky, hairy and kinky bi married white guy on the down low." In New York City, a 29-year-old Italian looking to "take care of a nice guy" who is "kool and looking for some fun" wrote that he needed someone discreet because he's on the Down Low.In the San Francisco Bay Area, a 25-year-old "white boy on the down low" posted that he was looking to "chill with the same." (Interestingly, white guys also use the expression as an adjective—as in, "I have a down-low place" to hook up, or "I need Down-Low Head." By far the most common usage, though, is some variation of, "We need to keep this on the Down Low," meaning that if you happen to bump into your hookup around town, you won't bear hug him and shriek, "Bro, last night was awesome!With a large gallery of ideas, descriptions and illustrations.

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With hundreds of women joining all the time it’s simple and easy to find a girl to chat, gossip, plan dates, meet for coffee, or one of those late late nights with a few glasses of wine in hand.

There’s also a lot of info about the scene and a matchmaker game.

Wing Ma’am Wing Ma’am is described as a social app not a dating one. The app is attempting to create a stronger LGBTQ community by keeping you up to date about lesbian friendly events in your area, while allowing you to create your own events to find people you’ll get along with, from raves to knitting parties.

Diva app DIVA is still the biggest selling lesbian magazine with news, entertainment, travel, music, scene, real life features and listings.

Lesbian Sex Positions Nothing worse than getting a regular Karma Sutra book and having to skip a load of them.

This is the first sex positions app especially for lesbian and bisexual women.

It’s simple and allows you to connect with other women to just talk about fashion, food, culture music and everything else.

Moovz Described as ‘gay Facebook but better’, Moovz is somewhere you can share your life and was created with a vision to provide the global LGBT community a common space to feel free to speak.

And until 2003, most black women didn't have a clue. The Down Low quickly ceased to be, well, on the down low.

And now, in a sure sign of the DL's cultural currency, white boys—apparently unsatisfied with having co-opted hip-hop—are claiming to be on the "Down Low," too.

The magazine also has a dating site called Diva Date.