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So for those who are actively seeking their “happily ever after” on Grindr, take my words on this one: it’ll probably be a “happily never after”.
This guest post was written by Taylor Kit, a user of Grindr and a hopeless romantic who struggles with existentialism.
Not only is it bad for health (read: AIDS), but it also validates what others have been saying all these while.It also shows you a visitors’ list so you can see who’s been checking you out.Available: i Phone and Android According to its founders, Manjam gives people in countries where same-sex relationships are criminalised the freedom to connect and express ideas openly without prejudice.For the benefit of those who don’t know about the existence of this app, it is basically a social/dating app, just like any other—except that only gay guys use this app. It essentially scans the area which you are in and detects other users who are in near (or immediate) proximity from where you are.While there are various other homo-friendly apps out there (Jack’D, Hornet, Planet Romeo, etc.), Grindr has proved itself to be the most commonly used app by many gay people that I have met. Similar to how Facebook functions, one gets to upload their pictures and personal information for better “appeal”, so to speak.