Even in the largest cities, it is difficult to find and connect with other Gay Friends in Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and any 12 Step Meeting of Recovery.
The profile section of the app even includes a sobriety date and a place to briefly admit your substance abuse struggles.
The creator of Sober, Antoine Nauleau, is a 21-year-old former addict.
“It’s created by people in recovery for people in recovery.” Shea promises the site—which just launched last month—is also very LGBT-friendly: “It’s hard enough to meet somebody in recovery if you’re straight, but trying to meet someone in recovery if you’re gay or transgender, where are you going to go?
” The site is also unique in that unlike major dating sites like or e Harmony, users can see everyone else’s profiles—not just the ones a computer has deemed compatible with their interests.
If you’re one of the thousands of Americans looking to date someone while living a life of sobriety, you’re in luck!
Introducing Sober: the first social-networking and sober dating app designed solely for those who are dedicated to not using drugs and alcohol.
” A new wave of sober social apps, Sober Grid, Clean Fun Network and Sober, are setting out to make the online territory a lot easier for non-drinkers to navigate.
These apps also spare you the discomfort of revealing your own addiction struggles in an increasingly transparent digital world.
A new website called Sexy and Sober Singles aims to make the process a little easier.