Hook-up app Grindr removes its ‘ethnicity filter’

Hook-up app Grindr will remove its ‘ethnicity filter’ after years of criticism from users. It comes after Grindr tweeted on 29 May the message ‘Demand justice, #BlackLivesMatter’.

But several users renewed calls for the company to drop its ethnicity filter, accusing Grindr of hypocrisy. One person replied ‘remove the ethnicity filter’ and got over 1,000 retweets.

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