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Courtesy Hindustan Times

Courtesy Hindustan Times

An interesting IPhone application developed by a Hong Kong based entrepreneur and scientist Paul Ramscar, which believes can break the social stigma attached to gender and sex.

The application open doors to the lesbian and gay communities and allows them to openly pitch in their business needs, find prospective clients, network and get heard.

The social stigma

Gay and lesbian couples are looked after very obnoxiously in various societies and cross cultures. Few days back a business tycoon from Hong Kong offered to shell out $65 million to any man who can win over the heart of his lesbian daughter. This validated Ramscar’s knowledge and understanding of the cultural conservativeness of the country and many other places.

His ‘Pink Dollar’ application will help thousands of gay, lesbian and transgender people to connect with each other without social barriers. From restaurants that promote LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) culture to gyms and financial services, the app can connect you to more than a 100 enthusiastic partners and people.

Vote rightly

The users can rate the LGBT friendliness of the services in a scale from light to hot pink. Whoever gets a hot pink rating scores the highest, while one with light pink needs to answer a question from Ramscar himself to explain the reason for a bad review.

If survey reports are to be believed, it is seen that the same sex couples spend and enjoy life very lavishly as they have no responsibility of kids and associated commitments. Therefore , it is estimated that the “pink Dollar” app will benefit the $2-3 trillion LGBT market in a symbiotic way- doing good to the consumers as well as the businesses.

Version portability

The developers are looking forward to launch an android version of the app too, for all smartphone users. Lets all look forward to create a better world minus the gender discriminations.

Congratulations Pink Dollar!

Pic courtesy: Hindustan Times