Just a thought. Whereas in that other time of gay socialization via the internet you could choose a room by a common theme specific fetishes, ages, cities etc. I am honestly shocked that Daily Beast initially doubled down on the article, then, after enough pressure, finally removed the article with the whole "sorry you were offended, not our intent" non-apology.
They found that — fitting neatly with the stereotypes — that male Tinder users were far more interested in one-night stands than female users. Software engineer Katie Hempenius currently working for Google carried out a study of 10, US Tinder profiles across 22 US cities and towns to analyse how users described themselves.
Because no one could ever upload a picture to Grindr or the Internet that wasn't their own.
There are various cultural reasons for this, the research group posits. Hines entices his often closeted subjects under false pretenses; effectively outs several closeted athletes who live in repressive countries; then writes about the whole thing in a tone of mocking yet lurid condescension.
You guys want homosexuality to be treated like a dirty secret.