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'Grindr for Equality' is working with LGBTQ individuals around the world


Dating apps are all the rage. According to Pew Research 15% of U.S. adults report that they have used online or mobile dating apps.

There are tons of different dating apps to choose from, many with different specializations or elements that make them stand out.

Grindr, the world’s largest social networking app for gay, bi, trans, and queer people, is no exception.

Grindr launched in 2009 with millions of users spanning nearly every country around the world. One of Grindr's goals is to connect LGBT community members to one another.

One unique element of Grindr is 'Grindr for Equality.' This is Grindr's mission to promote justice, health, safety, and more for LGBTQ individuals around the world.

In their bio, Grindr for Equality states that their "initiatives impact communities large and small on issues that matter to them the most, from the bedroom to the courtroom and beyond."

Today, Jack Harrison-Quintana, the Director at Grindr for Equality joins Circa to discuss their mission and the advocacy work Grindr is doing in communities across the globe.

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