The pair first started talking on Instagram in January, through a popular account that offered a contemporary version of traditional newspaper personal ads. Owens, a year-old artist and professor, had never had much luck on dating apps, but the Personals page was different. It did not use photos, but instead featured a long list of bios of queer and trans people looking for internet friends, lovers or partners across the globe. Personals, too, is undergoing a fundamental change. The service, which has posted roughly 10, ads since its creation inended its Instagram service this week and on Thursday officially launched as an app.
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