Dating gun nut
In the next few days, the app’s moderators will look at all profiles, both new and existing, and remove any gun-related content they find.
The only images they can’t remove are those that appear in a user’s Instagram feed, which can be integrated into Bumble profiles.
(This actually happened to me, though I wasn’t dating the gun enthusiastic!
) [Separately, in downtown Seattle the company put up a massive billboard reading “Be the CEO your parents always wanted you to marry.
Now they're being forced to hide who they really are..my chances of unknowingly ending up on a date with a gun nut actually increases.
The only users who will be allowed to post photos with firearms are users with military or law enforcement backgrounds if they are in uniform. The decision was certainly sparked by the mass shooting that happened in Parkland, Florida in February, as well as the decision by other huge companies, like Dick’s Sporting Goods, to step away from any connection with the NRA.
#2A #Guns Are Better Than Dating— LOwen Benjamin 🐻 (@lograingerrr) March 6, 2018Ban photos of people with alcohol in their hand. Oh wait, I want to know who the alcoholic is, when in every pic they have a drink in their hand.— Kevin D.
Kays (@kevinkays) March 6, 2018 The new ban on photos with firearms is sure to stir up even more controversy, but Herd and the rest of the company seem more than ready to take that on.
We stand with them, and join them in working towards a non-violent future.
@nytimes https://t.co/974l WY2h Nu— Bumble (@bumble) March 6, 2018 that the company plans to eventually filter out any mention of guns in written content.