#KindrGrindr: Gay dating app launches anti-racism campaign

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If you should be a black colored or Asian individual of gay relationship software Grindr, then it is possible you have experienced racism while using the it.

Some users associated with the application have stated they will have run into whatever they think are discriminatory statements on other profiles – such things as “no blacks with no Asians”.

Other people say they will have faced comments that are racist discussion with users once they’ve rejected their improvements.

Now Grindr has had a stand against discrimination on its platform and claims no individual is eligible to tear another down for “being who they really are”.

It really is launched the #KindrGrindr campaign to boost understanding of racism and discrimination and improve inclusivity among users.

It states it will probably ban users whom “bully or defame” other people and can eliminate offensive language from pages.

(Warning: This video clip contains language many people might find unpleasant)

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This is basically the first in a number of videos, and includes well-known BAME people such as RuPaul’s Drag Race celebrity The Vixen and comedian Joel Kim Booster. Continue reading