What would Grindr be like if it offered opportunities to actually connect with people rather than just react according to our base instincts? This book about Grindr aims to do just that. For far too long, gay men moan and complain about gay dating apps, and yet they feel powerless to do anything about it.
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“I want to go to Paris and make the real Paris burn,” said Willi Ninja in the ground-breaking 1991 documentary Paris is Burning, which launched vogueing into the public consciousness, giving a voice to many queer men of color who participated in the ballroom scene.
@BrentCorrigan@GayHotMoviescom@Grindr@br_webb All of these have tremendous implications for the safety of our community. If you’ve had a particularly bad experience that you feel others could learn from, please let me know. I would like to learn more about these issues and act accordingly. (2/2)
@BrentCorrigan@GayHotMoviescom@Grindr@br_webb Hey Brent, so do you mean proper ID theft such that thieves can open bank accounts in your name? Or do you mean people stealing your photos and pretending to be you?
Grindr’s majority shareholder is a Chinese firm, and a Chinese firms are generally controlled by the govt. (1/2)
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