Launch Party for Scottish Femme Lesbian Dating

Launch Party for Scottish Femme Lesbian Dating

Are you a femme lesbian or bisexual woman looking to meet someone special or even new friends? Join Pink Lobster Dating at their next event on Sunday 6th March 2016 | 4-7pm | All Bar One, 56 Saint Vincent Street, Glasgow, G2 5TS

This initial event is only £4.50 as it is an opportunity to launch Pink Lobster Dating’s award winning Femme for Femme Speed Dating, “Fancy a Femme” in Scotland.

It will be a fun, relaxed mingles especially for femme women. This includes lesbians, bisexuals, or any other label, as long as you’re a woman who likes women!

This event was created by Emma Ziff and Juliette Prais, Directors of Pink Lobster Dating, professional therapists and dating experts and lesbian couple. So you can be sure to have an event catered just for you!

They’re holding this event in the exclusive private area of All Bar One in Glasgow… and welcome women from all over Scotland (and beyond) to attend. There will be a big giveaway and lots of games and more…

You will need to get your ticket/s in advance to secure your place as numbers are limited. Just bring along your Paypal receipt (either printed or you can show them on your phone). They will be in touch with all ticket holders in advance.


About The Author

Thomas Anderson

Founder and MD of Inclusive Networks. Thomas was Chair of the award winning LGBT network for The Co-operative Group, ‘Respect’ (2011-14). Thomas named the network and designed and managed all of the branding, communications and engagement until he stepped down from the role of Chair in March 2014. He also created the branding, name, was Editor of the quarterly magazine and developed the launch of the UK’s first Inter-Retail LGBT network ‘CheckOUT’. He contributed to the Stonewall Workplace Equality Index 5 Year review. In recognition of his work in the diversity field he was shortlisted for ‘Diversity Champion of the Year’ at the 2013 European Diversity Awards, shortlisted for ‘Role Model of the Year’ at the 2012 Lesbian & Gay Foundation Homo Heroes Awards and shortlisted for the ‘Positive Action’ award at the 2013 Asian Fire Service Association Fair & Diverse Awards. He also won the 2012 ‘Pride of The Co-operative’ award. He was a judge for Scotland's biggest diversity awards, The Icon Awards in 2016, 2017 and 2018.

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