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Molly Mc Glone, a Twitter user, reported multiple occurences when she was banned from the app, she believes, for being transgender.
that she matched with a male user, and shortly thereafter, her account was banned.
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I got to know Adam 3 years ago through a friend of mine that was working in the kitchen of the college that Adam attended.
The conversation that followed was subtle and interesting.
In this column, I will discuss the different answers I heard as well as the sorts of reasons people gave (along with other reasons that people could have given) to support their responses.
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"I matched with a dude right before I got on a subway, and as I climbed out of the subway to go to work, I discovered that the app was missing [from my phone] and I had been reported," Solomon told .
The trouble with Tinder, though, is precisely the thing that separates it from social-media platforms like Facebook and Ok Cupid: The app uses geolocation software to match up users with other singles in their area.
That’s good if you’re looking for a hot date in your city on a Friday night but potentially bad for the trans community, which faces the highest hate crime and murder rates in the country.
"Each banned account is individually assessed," Tinder officials said in a statement.
"If we find that a user has been wrongfully banned, then we unban their account.