You can define yourself as heterosexual, gay, lesbian, bisexual, asexual, demisexual, pansexual, queer, or doubter.
Tinder will introduce a feature that allows users to determine their sexual orientation and give priority to people with the same orientation, reports The Verge.
Users will be able to choose up to three options from nine options for prioritizing matches: heterosexual, gay, lesbian, bisexual, asexual, demisexual (experiencing attraction only with emotional affection), pansexual (experiencing attraction regardless of gender and gender), queer (common term for not supporting the division into categories of sexuality) and the doubter. They will also be able to specify their profile orientation.
Current users will have to go to profile settings to add orientation, but new ones will be asked to do this at registration. Innovation will appear during June on iOS in the USA, UK, Canada, Ireland, India, Australia and New Zealand.
Now in Tinder, you can choose between men, women, or both sexes. In 2016, the application added the ability to choose your gender. The feature is available in the USA, Canada, England, Australia, France, Spain and Germany.