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Tinder has, once again, worked closely with GLAAD to introduce its Orientation feature to the U. K., Canada, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand (which it did in June).
These steps were promising, and I see why companies would view these measures as important for the LGBTQ community.
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Tinder also reported a handful of statistics about its users, which make the app experience seem both more inclusive and more positive.
The app’s survey revealed that 80% of LGBTQ adults believe online dating/dating apps have benefitted their community in a positive way.
Earlier this summer, the app announced that, for the first time, users can share more information about their sexual orientation (a choice the app hopes will impact how potential matches are surfaced).
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However, sexuality is different than gender; while these actions clearly help the LGBQ in LGBTQ , I’m not sure they protect trans and non-binary people. ☀️🦋⛲️🦋☀️ • #transisbeautiful #transandproud #transwoman #mtf #outdoorphotography #lgbtq #trans #transgirl #transmodel A post shared by 🦋Corey (@imcoreyrae) on It’s worth mentioning that there are several apps that specifically cater to transgender people, but I’m not sure this is beneficial to the overall transgender liberation movement.
My cousin-sister-friend @danielleewagner told me photos by a fountain are for people who don’t know where else to take photos... It feels, to me, more like keeping transgender people at an arm’s length—as if potential partners need a warning that we’re not like everyone else.