Nasty Grindr Hookup Messages Show Gay People Can Learn Something From Mike Pence

GURPS

INGSOC
PREMO Member
Gay people need to take a cue from social conservatives, because what we’re doing now just isn’t working. One mental health expert from Yale dared to be a tad politically incorrect in his evaluation of Grindr culture: “It causes a lot of distress.” As it turns out, rampant sexual promiscuity isn’t good for your physical or mental health.

A survey from HumaneTech found that most Grindr users spent an hour on the app daily, but 77 percent reported feeling unhappy or dissatisfied after its use. It’s not hard to see why. Shallow sexual encounters don’t make anyone feel good in the long-run.

Many gay men report feeling more anxious or depressed after using the app for anonymous hookups. Wouldn’t you feel worse about yourself after sending naked pictures to a stranger, or meeting someone at midnight for a hookup? These behaviors aren’t exclusive to gay people, but they’re undoubtedly more common.

Yet unfortunately, the company behind Grindr isn’t interested in addressing these issues. They’d rather pander to political correctness instead. Grindr recently revealed a “Kindr” initiative, where they will attempt to “fight sexual racism,” by which they mean racial dating preferences. This is clearly an exercise in absurdity. In the absence of ill intention, racial dating preferences are no more racist than preferring men to women is sexist.


http://thefederalist.com/2018/08/20/nasty-grindr-hookup-messages-show-gay-people-can-learn-something-mike-pence/
 

vraiblonde

Board Mommy
Staff member
PREMO Member
Yet unfortunately, the company behind Grindr isn’t interested in addressing these issues.
Grindr is interested in making money, period. As long as there are people who troll the internet looking for strangers to have sex with, there will be someone who makes money off them.
 
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