Instagram is a new place for LGBT+ couples to share their intimate moments and celebrate their love stories.
And the way that couples can share their intimacy has evolved in a way that’s been fascinating to watch.
In a recent story on the social media platform, Gay erotic stories and a marriage tale, two stories, we explored how the platform has allowed couples to come together in new ways.
As part of our research, we went through some of the hottest gay erotic stories on Instagram.
These stories have inspired a lot of thoughtful conversation and sharing on the platform.
And while the stories were all about same-sex couples, there were also plenty of stories that reflected the diversity of queer and trans relationships in the world.
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Nowhere is that more evident than on Instagram, where the platform’s community of queer couples is at a place of unprecedented growth and visibility.
But for a small subset of LGBT+ people, the platform can be a lonely place.
“You’re either on it with your partner or you’re not,” says Jenna, a 22-year-old trans woman and mother of three from Atlanta.
“Sometimes I feel like I’m the only one who’s on it, and sometimes I don’t even know who else is on it.”
Jenna’s story, posted in February, shows a trans person in the same bed with a cis person sharing their bed.
Jenna and her partner were planning a wedding, and they were on Instagram to celebrate it, but the wedding was a surprise for her.
Jenna shared the story of the wedding on her Instagram account.
It was shared nearly 500 times.
“It was very unexpected,” Jenna says.
“And it was so touching.”
Jenna shared her story of her wedding in hopes that other trans and queer people could share their experiences, too.
It wasn’t a story about how the wedding felt, but about how their lives have changed and what it means to be transgender.
It’s a story of coming together as one.
The stories that were shared by Jenna and Jessy were just two examples of the kinds of experiences that LGBTQ+ couples have shared on Instagram for the past year.
We’re not alone in sharing our stories on the platforms, and there’s been a lot more sharing and sharing happening on Instagram than ever before.
While Instagram’s queer and transgender community is still small, the company is on the cusp of reaching a wider audience with its first openly-out lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) couple, Ashley and Jessica.
Jessy, who identifies as gay, is married to a woman.
Ashley is bisexual and is in a same-gender relationship.
Their wedding is being celebrated on Instagram by thousands of others, as is a similar wedding that Ashley and Jessyn have been planning together for months.
“There’s a whole new level of openness on the whole Instagram experience,” says Jen, a 25-year old trans woman from New York.
Jen and her husband were planning their own wedding in November and had to wait until the day after Christmas.
Jen posted a photo of herself in their wedding dress and a note on Instagram announcing they were going to the ceremony.
The response from the public was overwhelming, Jen says.
She shared it with a handful of friends and family and it went viral.
“I think it’s a testament to the fact that we have this level of public visibility on Instagram that we’re able to reach people and share stories that are so unique,” Jen says, noting that the wedding itself was a big hit.
“If people were able to go into a wedding and have a different experience, they’d be like, ‘Oh, that’s amazing!'”
Jen and Jesslyn’s story was shared by many of their close friends and followers.
“When we shared that story on our wedding day, the reaction was overwhelmingly positive,” Jen recalls.
“People said, ‘Wow, this is really cool.
This is something I’m interested in.
This story is really unique.'”
Jesslyn, who is in her mid-20s, was also very excited about sharing their wedding on Instagram because it meant she had someone to share the experience with.
“A lot of our friends and families would be like ‘Why are you sharing that with people that don’t know you?'”
Jesslyn and her fiancé also shared their story to celebrate their first wedding anniversary.
“Everyone is sharing this and celebrating this wedding,” Jesslyn explains.
Jess, Jessy and their wedding photographer shared their wedding story on Instagram in