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    Lexi Sux commented  · 

    😮 kinda concerning about all this worrying (confusion?) about the age of consent by adults who are not affected by it anyways, since they are over that age anyways ( I assume?)

    But I think grindr & other businesses small or big (the ones who ultimately will be held responsible if something goes wrong ) should be able to reduce the chances of getting held responsible for something having gone wrong that they didn’t actually have anything to do with.

    Many adult sites I use actually require users to be 21+ to avoid any confusion and to protect themselves and their users even though the law only requires 18+

    It also would not be doing the LGBTQUIA+ community ANY favors in this political climate right now and would only get used against an entire group of people by saying it’s “grooming”

    And with all the other conversations on this site with gay men saying they think grindr should stop letting straight people use the app, stop letting cis or trans women use the app and kick off all the guys writing “trans only”

    ( meanwhile they have no fats, no fems as the only thing in their bio lol jk-ish)

    But it would be extremely difficult for grindr to argue how that wasn’t or couldn’t possibly be “grooming” since again users all over this site are mad about anyone using the app not only looking to have sex and be ready for it when u r on the app and how that’s all it is for.

    Looking at this website and even social media there are seemingly a large number of LGBTQUIA+ people who are NOT asking for acceptance and they don’t seem to want to be understood or include anyone outside their own idea of who the LGBTQ community should or shouldn’t include and just want to coexist amongst the people below them.

    I’m sure this isn’t most people but on social media right now it is the people getting highlighted by the media and used everyone else.

    It just isn’t the time to be worried about the age of consent for a app users claim to only be a sex app (for gay men)

    I think soon a lot of companies will start requiring all users be 18+ because having younger people on any platform online has become a HUGE liability with major consequences and FOSTA SESTA has made it all even more scarier

    Parents are not utilizing any parental controls to help make sure their children don’t access anything. They will just hand them anything and let them do whatever they want with it and some companies like pornhub have spent MILLIONS on technology to prevent children from accessing its site but most rely on a child having used their real age when signing up for their email / apple id/ or the parents having utilized one of the MANY free control features offered by so many people trying to make things easier to protect their own children.

    As of now even though terms of service and such set in place by websites or apps is legally binding, it’s not actually against the law to violate the rules they set in place and there’s no chance of getting in trouble for breaking rules BUT if your app or site gets used by someone who then breaks the law the business can and has been found fully responsible for its users actions (example: backpage, cityxguide)

    I think the courts in cases of children should start allowing business who have children breaking their rules risking their livelihood and freedom to seek legal action against parents neglecting to protect their children from potentially harmful material

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