The irony that is obvious ofWhat the Flip? ’ is that Grindr, by its nature

The irony that is obvious ofWhat the Flip? ’ is that Grindr, by its nature

Encourages its users to divide the whole world into those people who are and people who are maybe not viable intimate things according to crude markers of identification – to think when it comes to sexual ‘deal-breakers’ and ‘requirements’. By doing this, Grindr simply deepens the discriminatory grooves along which our intimate desires currently move. But online dating sites – and specially the abstracted interfaces of Tinder and Grindr, which distil attraction down seriously to the necessities: face, height, fat, age, competition, witty tagline – has perhaps taken what exactly is worst in regards to the present state of sexuality and institutionalised it on our displays. Continue lendo “The irony that is obvious ofWhat the Flip? ’ is that Grindr, by its nature”