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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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    Lexi Sux commented  · 

    Maybe this will help clear things up. This was taken from the company’s investor information.

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    Lexi Sux commented  · 

    I’m not being political at all though. I’m just overly aware of many sides to this argument that if all were actually put in place by everyone wanting the grindr app to start doing to better suite them eventually there would just be no app.

    Politically though right now is not the best time to be having this argument because it will get twisted and turned into gay men wanting to groom children in secret because it’s already what they are doing.

    This argument even being an issue would just make us all fighting for equality look totally ridiculous and get used against all of us.

    And you may not want equality but a lot of people deserve it and don’t even use these apps or even go out in public. I would say this thread is literally full of mean girls shouting you can’t sit with us that I hope can think beyond themselves one day and realize saying little shït like this does matter.

    Someone has already said they wanted to burn me at the stake like totally uncalled for. If the right person sees it is going to make a lot of people who had nothing to do with this conversation lives a lot more difficult

    But hey, you’re entitled to your thoughts as am I and regardless of who has more people on their side I don’t think majority needs to always totally win especially at something that doesn’t really have a right or wrong answer and I hope that you get what you want someway.

    Maybe try sniffies (website) or there’s a popular one my friend was talking about called male nude or nude male that does do screening and such as you were talking about if you can’t find it or are not sure what I’m talking about but want to know just let me kno and I’ll ask my friend for you.

    I’m done arguing about this though. I don’t even know why I keep getting emails about this stuff.

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    Lexi Sux commented  · 

    Honestly men (in general, especially gay men) don’t bother me. In fact most people most of the time and I don’t try bothering anyone who doesn’t want to be bothered.

    I worked at the front desk at a bath house almost 2 years and tbh I think that’s what makes me frustrated most when I read this. It may seem like something simple you are asking for, but it’s not.

    I had to hear sooooo many people come up and complain about someone wearing too much clothing, the wrong clothing, not letting them join whatever the hell was going on, someone was staring at them they didn’t like and the list goes on and on…

    Now that I’ve moved to NYC there are gay clubs, parties that literally will discriminate against a gay man’s age, his body type and physical appearance (hot or not) and will make exceptions either way as long as you’re “hot enough” and it is just ridiculous.

    I hate that for anyone, anywhere that is getting turned away based on how they look. First it was not being old enough that was limiting, then if you’re gay you have to worry about being actually too old or just ugly and old.

    I think this type of judgement and behavior is disgusting and I honestly can’t believe how much progress has been made only to end up with people still on all sides of things demanding you have this space that I do believe you should have (personal space) but it becomes unclear where you then draw the line of your personal space violating someone else’s space and hurting their feelings. Which just isn’t right or fair, or nice.

    Especially since it is literally one a 1 way street that benefits your wants and needs and you would be highly pissed of straight people started making things only they could be allowed to partake in.

    It would be fair if they didn’t allow you to partake in it since not all gay men are asking only gay men to be allowed.

    But that’s never how it ends up happening and because of you wanting to be separated from activity that didn’t interest you now every gay man would be and it’s just messed up.

    If you really can’t be bothered to do something as simple as block someone who doesn’t interest you or bothers you lol it really just proves that grindr making these changes to THEIR platform will make no difference AT ALL because what your asking literally already exists. BLOCK

    if you can’t figure out why you should be bothered with the task of fixing something your so bothered by already how would complicating the process any more by giving you filters to do something?

    Then you would just be mad about people you are not attracted to using “the wrong” options and not fitting into how you would classify them or you would be mad if they weren’t interested and it really just stops progressing as a society for your hookup hangup that is a you problem.

    How is no fats, no fems, not relevant?!? Lmao it totally is. Cuz you’re saying no “straights” even though many gay men would describe themselves as “straight acting” and now no trans people and it is very relevant.

    Anyone posting no fats no fems is probably going to lose out on getting hit up by anyone who thinks that is what they are even if it’s not what the person meant by such a vague statement that truthfully says NOTHING about anything. It’s all entirely subjecting and it’s a joke cuz you claim not to want straight men on it. Until you’re hooking up with a straight man using the app.

    I know plenty of straight men who have this EXACT same thing to say about all the gay men they get trying to “convince” them of something they already said no to.

    This is sad that so many people have literally already died in seeking equality and acceptance but grown ass ppl on here are crying about an app that was not now or ever “yours” and thankfully if you wanted to create such a hateful assholes only app and invest the time and money into software to screen exclusively for your type you can do that.

    I HIGHLY suspect grindr may care more about your thoughts on the matter if more people were actually paying for the app but since that’s not the case they need to welcome as many people as they can to use the app to make ad revenue to keep “your app” up and running.

    If you don’t or can’t pay for the subscription (and this may also help with your other concerns like filters and features) I suggest you signup as a beta tester. That’s what I do and you can’t buy upgrades or boosts but you get new features first, also you get to more personally provide feedback to them several ways. And it’s 100% free to join as a beta tester.

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    Lexi Sux commented  · 

    This is hilarious! There are farrrrrrrrr more apps, websites, AND PLACES (bath houses) for GAY MEN that should be more inclusive of women AND trans men lol women like gays bar because they can dance without having a stiff one pressed against their backs.

    Lol I just read an article the other day gay men were sad about all the “straight” guys looking for trans women and not men and I have a feeling that’s what this is about too

    Let’s pretend it’s only gay men on the app. Then what about the gay men posting no fats, no fems… or the masc only. Party only bla bla.

    If you don’t know about all the gay sites and apps for gay men you must not be very gay yourself because there are THOUSANDS.

    Also the apps you just referred to ALLOW GAY MEN, gay men and women use those apps and don’t forget LGBTQ INCLUDES WONEN, includes BI men and women and includes people not sure, and Queer is an umbrella term that is intended to be super inclusive as it just means out of the ordinary, pretty much anything or anyone that would not consider themselves “normal” in whatever sense they want it to mean.

    Sometimes I wonder if some gay men really want equality or acceptance or if they just want to be left alone and to hide away from the rest of the world

    It’s so annoying going to a gay bar and hearing people complain about “the straights” especially when they are the only ones actually spending money at an establishment, tipping the staff and entertainers and NOT BOTHERING ANYONE.

    Just because you may not ever go to any straight establishments does not mean they should be excluded from your gay establishments, apps or otherwise. Assuming you own any that is.

    There is this awesome feature you could utilize on the app already it’s called BLOCK.

    Why not block your way to a better grindr which I’m sure with your attitude may still struggle finding someone interested in such a bitter person.

    But you should really try the block feature sometime. It doesn’t entitle you to a response from the space it opens for new profiles tho fyi

    You could’ve just suggested grindr check peoples privates and then watch them have sex with another man before they are allowed on the app. Maybe you could head that department and anyone without a partner could just use you to prove their gayness

    This behavior is that of a trump supporter wonder if that’s accurate 🤔

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