What is surely cool, however, about this initiative is that it promises to be your "well-connected, in-the-know, VIP gay friend. The art here is that Distinc. But what about gay taste? We are a long way from the point where schools take homophobia as seriously as they take racism, but groups such as Diversity Role Models are working hard to bridge that gap. Do you feel that the gay community is all too often symbolized by shiny torsos with a body fat percentage below 3? In my experience, OKCupid is exceptionally welcoming to gay folks.
I was lucky in that I was popular and confident and, as a "drama geek", mainly attached to the one department where theatricality and flamboyance were an asset, not a problem.
Apple approves 'only gay social app for ages 12 and up'
Star Wars Episode 9 filming wraps: Some very clever Harvard types are there any other kind? Let's hope that message finally gets through. Apple approves 'only gay social app for ages 12 and up' Sign in to comment Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. Early exposure to diversity and sexuality issues helps to reduce prejudice and homophobia, including internalized homophobia which often leads to self-destructive behaviors. Just as Google tells you there are "right" ads and "wrong" ones, so here you can have access to the "right" events, rather than quiz night at your local Uzbek potato vodka bar. Teenagers and young adults are among the leading perpetrators of anti-gay violence.
Teenagers and young adults are among the leading perpetrators of anti-gay violence. OKCupid is wonderful at helping you sort through to find people you might get along with, and makes it super easy to stay in touch before you decide to meet up. And, while we do see these characters being bullied and struggling for acceptance with peers and family, we also see that they have a clear and powerful sense of themselves. This, they claim, is "the only gay social app approved by the iTunes store for year-olds and older. However, and here's the rub, a kid's got to feel confident enough to ask for help. Culture Apple approves 'only gay social app for ages 12 and up' The founders of Distinc. They may not even be gay.