Queer Clicks: January 30 | After Tumblr, LGBTQ Dating App SCRUFF Gives Into Apple’s Demands As It Bans Bikinis and Underwear In Profile Photos , This Artist’s Photos Depict Gay Millennial Love Stories of the Digital Age, & Other News
After Tumblr, LGBTQ Dating App SCRUFF Gives Into Apple’s Demands As It Bans Bikinis and Underwear In Profile Photos
“It’s a well known fact that presence on Apple’s App Store is oh so important for most app-based businesses. This again became glaringly clear when Tumblr announced it’s banning almost all kinds of adult content from its platform after its app was removed from the App Store by the Cupertino-based company.
Now, another popular service Scruff has revealed their iOS app got booted out of the marketplace earlier this year after it was found violating the App Store guidelines.” Pikuna Web
This Artist’s Photos Depict Gay Millennial Love Stories of the Digital Age
“Finding relationships — romantic or otherwise — can be challenging for the gay millennial living in New York City. Some are new to the city and are preoccupied with building a home for themselves. Others have lived in the city for years but may have experienced a recent breakup or are looking for a fresh start with new friends.” Hornet
Everyone’s Talking About The Beard Bouquet (But Should They?)
“Weird new trend or clever marketing campaign? Honestly, a little of both.
A rising topic online and on tv is the beard bouquet. News and radio companies like New Now Next, People Magazine, Fox News are all talking about the product by Firebox.” Instinct Magazine
Insta-Stud: Stefan Petrov
“Meet Stefan Petrov– a model, actor and gym bunny. He stands at 6’2.5″ tall and with stunning green eyes.” Homorazzi