I stopped asking myself these questions and decided to act, and in October 2009 I launched Our Sista Circle.com, the first free social networking site for lesbians of color.

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The lesbian-specific social networking sites I found were built using free networks like Ning, which limits the amount of messages you can send per day, so if you joined a lesbian site that uses Ning and sent five messages and then decided to log into another Ning-based site, you would be blocked from sending any more messages that day. The other issue I encountered with lesbian social networking sites was that the majority of their members were white.

If you were able to find a lesbian of color, she probably had not been active on the site for months.

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There is a relationship advice section, where the administrator and other members can chime in and give advice to a sista in need.

A social networking site for lesbians of color should also address the emotional and mental concerns of its members, so Our Sista Circle is now the first free social networking site for lesbians of color that offers confidential mental health counseling/coaching via video chat and Skype.

" I knew that if I was becoming frustrated with online dating, there had to be other lesbians of color who felt the exact same way, so I decided to do some research.

There were a great many resource websites for black lesbians or Native American lesbians, but those sites did not provide an opportunity for members to interact with each other. Interestingly, the social networking sites were predominantly heterosexual.

Some had created a separate section for lesbians, though almost as an afterthought.