Dating gun nut
In the next few days, the app’s moderators will look at all profiles, both new and existing, and remove any gun-related content they find.The only images they can’t remove are those that appear in a user’s Instagram feed, which can be integrated into Bumble profiles.We were founded with safety at the helm of everything we do… to feel safe and feel secure I received personal emails from so many women just saying, “Thank you, I feel safer.” This confused one of my gun nut friends: “Don’t the women want to see men with gun photos so they know who is scary and whom to avoid dating?” The CEO deals with this in the article, but doesn’t explain her logic: But to be candid with you, we did have some women reach out and ask: “Well how do I know that someone is a gun owner now?-If you cannot really recall just how many guns you own... The number of accidental gun deaths per year (all age groups) is 1,500. The number of accidental deaths per gun owner is 0.000188.-Surplus ammunition suppliers call you to see if there was anything you were looking for... Statistically, doctors are approximately 9,000 times more dangerous than gun owners.
This wasn't well thought out.— RB1969 (@observanttruth) March 6, 2018To all the hunters/gun owners that take their pictures off bumble & continue to use bumble’s services, here’s a little secret: There’s nothing more unattractive than someone bending the knee to a DATING APP.According to , Bumble is set to ban images of firearms after a string of mass shootings and a nationwide push for stronger gun control.Bumble is one of many businesses that has cut ties with the National Rifle Association in the last few weeks, and by banning guns in profile pictures, Bumble is leaving no question where the brand stands when it comes to guns.Of all of the dating apps out there, Bumble has to be one of the most progressive.