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Why did Taeyang and Min Hyorin Or if they did, how come we don't see that much of it. I mean, just for dating, E'dawn and Hyuna, Kai and Krystal, Taeyeon and Baekhyun, especially, Taeyeon man, they got hate for dating, and Knetz are witch hunting Sungmin for getting married as well. So how come Taeyang and Min Hyorin, are like, well, not getting that much hate. Before someone takes this the wrong way, this thread is just for my knowledge. I support idols dating and marrying as if it's their life. If you come here to start a fanwar, or to incite hate, then just leave.

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Gay dating app Grindr has received negative backlash in the past over the amount of discriminatory language and abuse that is unfortunately hosted on the app. An enormous amount of users have spoken out about various instances of racism , ageism, body-shaming, stigmatisation of HIV-positive men , and many other forms of discrimination. Examples range from men including stipulations such as 'no fats, no femmes, no Asians' in their bios, to some men sending non-white users messages that include slurs, inappropriate "jokes" and comments, and even threats. The dating app has released a new video series called 'What the Flip', where two gay men of different backgrounds swap profiles so they can see the treatment the other receives on a regular basis. Our hope is to raise awareness around the problems modern gay men face online and in real life and be a part of the discourse that works to create more tolerance and empathy for diversity in the online dating world. The first video in the series shows a white gay man and an Asian gay man swapping profiles, and the results are eye-opening.

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The first speed-dating event took place in Los Angeles in This innovative way of meeting as many as 25 though most events top out at 14 or so possible love interests at one time was created by Antony Beilinsohn, a Los Angeles-based television executive and clearly very creative person. Speed-dating brings together a group of folks in one space, who have a few basic things in common, including that they are each looking for a relationship. This could be long-term, casual dating, companionship, or some variation on these themes. Baby-boomers and seniors, no longer into the bar scene or willing to go on a lengthy and possibly unpleasant blind date, have embraced this partner-seeking method more than any other age groups.

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