“White men will only accept your differences if they align with their own pre-conceived ideas about how you should be.They need to get out of their bubble and approach people of different ethnicities as actual human beings.“No Blacks.” “No Asians.” “No Hispanics.” “Whites only.”Is it racist? If you ask Joel Simkhai, the millionaire CEO of Grindr, he’ll tell you it’s preference.
There’s no real need to inspect the numbers; just observe the similar colors. In general, the correlation between match percentage and reply rate means that whenever we compare the match/reply charts for a given breakdown of the population, they should look about the same.
It welcomed others in, too: trans and non-binary users, too often left out.
Most noticeably, Scruff introduced a range of features both to forge a community of HIV-positive men and to encourage members to glide across the viral divide.
I think we should allow you to say that, because that’s your preference.”But ask anyone who has ever been on the receiving end of the “No (insert any racial minority)” argument and they’ll likely tell you otherwise.◊♦◊In a new op-ed for his college newspaper, Gregory Ragaza says “gay people can be pretty damn racist.” Which is surprising, he says, given the bigotry they themselves have had to suffer over the years.
Ragaza writes: The biggest problem about this issue is that they are either oblivious to their racism or in denial of it.