Grindr aims to stamp out discrimination on its platform with ‘Kindr’ initiative
Grindr has long had a problem with discrimination.
It’s evidenced by profiles which are openly racist, with terms like “Black=block,” “no gaysians” or “no chocolate or rice” that are written in these bios.
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Now the gay dating app is looking to stamp it out. It’s launched an initiative called Kindr, updating its community guidelines in a stand against racism, bullying, or other forms of toxic behaviour.
The biggest change to the guidelines is the banning of discriminatory language in these profile bios, and those who breach the new rules are subject to review by moderators. Read more…More about Tech, Apps, Dating, Racism, and Discrimination