Not show ads for the bible and other religious material
Many LGBTQ+ people have escaped from religion or it was used as a weapon against them. Maybe not inflicting that on them would be a good idea. If people want religious ads they would not be looking on this particular dating app.
Dee Frazier commented
The Ads that an app uses reprents the company. When an app uses an overtly Christian AD, it seems like the app is trying to push Christianity on it's users. Is that the case? Maybe you need to review your AD partners more thoroughly? I find this AD offensive.
E G commented
Y'all need to step away from ANY religious affiliations or ads that promote any sect, political belief or offensive hate speach. I don't care how much they are paying you. I know you have to take the slack from someplace because of your ridiculously exhorbidant membership fees but pimping it out to the highest paying advertisers no matter the message is pretty lame.
Javin Casillas commented
No Bible or biblical ads or apps what so ever
David Boylan 3RD commented
Agreed a platform such as Grind is hypocritical to solicit Religious applications to its users to make money; totally sellingout of all moral reasoning. Very disappointing!
Neat Jones commented
These ads are offensive. A subliminal attack at our culture, at our expense, and they can't be skipped like most of this junk. It's over a minute of being pounded over the head with this cliche conservative nonsense while it suggest such greatest hits as "protect the children from your way of life" "what to do when it's unclear you are an abomination" and "ask god for hope and strength, you sinner!". It doesn't even really attempt subtly, "I've been at it a while, the grind(r), the struggle (for my immortal soul. because of all the dick sucking.)" Jesus Fucking Christ.. pun intended. Nobody asked for this, you want to flog manipulative hatespeech wrapped in faux kindness do it someplace else...