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Racism in Gay Online Dating By: Rick Mula, Holley Law Fellow In the world of gay online dating, your race affects your romantic and sexual connections, whether your potential partners realize it or not. One queer man of color I know is half-Indian and half-Italian with a common Indian name. But in online dating profiles he uses a common English first name and an Italian surname. Another person I know is Black but has self-identified as mixed-race on Grindr because he gets little attention when he identifies himself as Black.
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China's top executives keep disappearing Beijing CNN Business China's most popular gay dating app has temporarily stopped accepting new users after allegations that it put underage people at risk by letting them sign up. Blued, which says it has more than 40 million users worldwide, said in a statement Sunday that the week-long halt will enable it to review the claims and make improvements to the app. The announcement followed a report Saturday by Chinese financial news publication Caixin in which Blued was accused of failing to protect young teenagers. The report cited a researcher who said the app let boys set up profiles in which they falsely claimed to be 18 or older, exposing them to explicit content and sexual exploitation.