Grindr shuts down its LGBTQ news site, TOWARDS, after 17-month run

INSIDE, the web LGBTQ mag owned and operated by gay dating app Grindr, terminated on Tuesday its editorial staff, effortlessly ending the electronic outlet’s 17-month run.

“The business is refocusing its efforts on video and thus, the editorial and social groups were let go this morning,” a statement that is joint several INTO employees said. “We feel that INTO’s closure is just a loss that is tremendous LGBTQ media, journalism, therefore the globe.”

INTO, which established in August 2017, published news articles, op-eds and advice columns geared toward lesbian, homosexual, bisexual, transgender and readers that are queer. The outlet’s journalism won awards from NLGJA (formerly the nationwide Lesbian Gay Journalism Association) therefore the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund.

“We told stories of transgender prisoners forced to endure treatment that is nightmarish pubs, LGBTQ asylum seekers l king for hope and refuge in the us, and drag queens fighting for space and community in tiny city Tennessee,” the joint declaration continued. “We shared the hopes and joys of this LGBTQ community, our successes and setbacks, and our triumphs and heartaches within a vulnerable political moment.”

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