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I too have noticed gay men who write offensive terms that specify race preferences on their profiles – such as “Black=block”, “no gaysians” or even “no chocolate or rice”.
The research found Tinder users reported lower levels of satisfaction with their faces and higher levels of shame about their bodies.
Sadly, there are few areas of the body men do not find fault with.
Over the last few decades boys’ and men’s appearances have come under increasing scrutiny.
And in the way that this has impacted girls for so long, now this pressure is impacting on boys’ well-being.
One recent study found almost one in five boys had resorted to diet pills, purging, skipping meals, steroids or tanning products to change their appearance.
Herbert Eng, the founder of Singapore-based dating app High Blood, first made waves in March when he posted on Facebook an advertisement that read: "no banglas, no maids, no uglies ... While High Blood announced that the app would go into public beta last Friday, Eng said it hit a hurdle when it was rejected by Apple's App Store moderators because of what he called a "technicality." "One of the regulations was that submitted apps cannot 'objectify people,'" he said in an email to CNBC.
Like You." The post, which has been taken down, drew widespread scorn, prompting Eng to issue a public apology on Facebook.
Which is in part why, three years ago, I started a Twitter account, @Grindr Racism to encourage Grindr to remove offensive profiles.
Disappointingly Grindr has often been slow to act though – meaning sexual racism is still present on the app.
These models also tend to have a full head of hair and symmetrical faces.
The same goes for porn sites – where almost all of the men featured are equally ripped and stereotypically “handsome”.
But whether men use Tinder or not, most will report dissatisfaction with some aspect of their appearance.