Chinese, Czech, Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malaysian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Swedish, Tagalog, Thai, Turkish, Vietnamese for gay, bisexual and transgender people.The site was established in October 2002 by Planet Romeo Gmb H in Berlin, Germany.It was initially aimed for the German-speaking community but has evolved into an international sphere.
There is no censoring of user profiles that promote unsafe sex or barebacking, but in their profiles users have the option to state their position regarding safer sex to indicate whether they always or never practice safer sex or if the issue is up for discussion.
In addition to the health information available on the site, in February 2007 Planet Romeo launched a live and online health advice service in cooperation with Germany's national NGO for HIV/Aids issues Deutsche Aids-Hilfe.
In a satirical reference to the Nazis' compilation of lists of homosexual men in the 1930s, the German newspaper "Taz" announced: "The pink lists are back".
Planet Romeo offers detailed and high-profile information about safer sex, the risks associated with barebacking, and sexually transmitted diseases.
The German-speaking community remains the largest community but not the majoritarian.