Tinder Has Just Announced The Big Rainbow Landmark And Boy Are We Excited
Tinder launches The Big Rainbow Project. Help find a home for the 1st BIG landmark celebrating regional LGBTQIA+ pride & inclusion.
Everyone’s favourite dating app, Tinder, has just unveiled its very own landmark to help celebrate LGBTQIA+ pride in regional Australia.
The Big Rainbow — yes, it’s just as big and bright as the name suggests — was designed in collaboration with members of the LGBTQIA+ and First Nations communities. The landmark is part of Tinder’s Big Rainbow Project, which is helping raise awareness of the challenges LGBTQIA+ Australians can face in regional areas, where a lack of visible community and distance from urban — and often more inclusive — areas can result in increased feelings of isolation and disconnection.
While the Big Rainbow is making its debut at the Sydney Overseas Passenger Terminal in The Rocks from March 3–7, it will soon make the exciting journey to a new home, somewhere in regional Australia. If you’re in Sydney, it’s definitely worth checking out.
But where exactly will it be heading next, you might be asking? Well, it’s up to you!
Tinder is welcoming suggestions from the public — AKA you — as to where the Big Rainbow should live on in regional Australia as a symbol of diversity, inclusion, and self-expression (all the good stuff) for the LGBTQIA+ community.
If you want to suggest a place for the Big Rainbow to call home, or just want to learn more about the landmark, head to the Big Rainbow Project website.
As part of the Big Rainbow Project, Tinder will also be pledging $100,000 to support regional LGBTQIA+ organisations working in communities across Australia, and will be launching a virtual Big Rainbow experience in Tinder Explore, so members can connect with like-minded people across Australia, regardless of where they’re located.
All of the Big Rainbow Project initiatives aim to support regional LGBTQIA+ Australians explore their identities, date, and connect with pride.
Help Tinder find the Big Rainbow its lasting regional home. Visit The Big Rainbow Project website and leave your suggestion for where the Big Rainbow should live on as a symbol for regional LGBTQIA+ diversity, inclusion, and self-expression.