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And that seems about right: I can’t even count how many gay friends I have for whom popping open Grindr is as rote of a smartphone task as scanning their email-clogged inboxes.
Grindr, for instance, seems to be looking to shed its scurrilous image as “just a hookup app.” In March, the company that pioneered the geolocation-based, casual sex–facilitating sensation launched the online magazine Into.
Brandon Tensley explores the extent of their impact, writing, “These apps are playing host to conversations—silent and verbal, private and public—about what, exactly, the queer experience can entail.
They’re helping, in other words, make the connections so many queers have been yearning for all along.” In other news, the Department of Homeland Security is starting to scan passengers’ faces before they board international flights.
Grindr isn’t the only gay app getting in on the rebranding game.
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Bumble, the dating app that puts women in the driver’s seat, has today announced that it is leading a seed round investment in gay dating app Chappy. Right, and the same is true for those marked as Mr. While Bumble is already optimized for the LGBTQ community, the brand has always centered around ensuring that women feel safe and empowered to make the first move.
The company is not disclosing the details of the investment, but they did say that Bumble is the sole investor in the round and will take an equity stake. This doesn’t necessarily mean that gay men can’t find suitors on Bumble itself, but the brand doesn’t necessarily speak to that particular demographic.