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Dating Apps Are Banning White Nationalists

Discussion in 'sexuality & relationships' started by Snowman, Aug 22, 2017.

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    In a disturbing sign of the times, OkCupid and Bumble have now banned White Nationalists from their dating sites.

    OKCupid's CEO stated, “Love and hate conflict. Obviously.” He made the decision in 10 minutes after learning that Christopher Cantwell was a member.

    A few days ago Bubble announced a new partnership with Anti-Defamation League (ADL) to ban all forms of hate speech from the site, including pictures and text. Bumble's CEO said they are a "community of kindness and empowerment" and said we must all come together to take action against hate speech, racism and bigotry.

    Tinder already had a "zero tolerance" policy via their terms of service against violence and discrimination.

    Is this a good approach? Should dating apps ban white supremacists?

    Read more below:

    It’s getting harder for white supremacists to find romance online

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