A New England woman was banned from using the Tinder dating app because she posted a photo of herself next to a deer she killed.
A Tinder user named Nicole says that she tried to follow Tinder’s rules by cropping her photo to eliminate weapons and the animal’s blood, but hunting is part of her life and it only made sense to tell prospective dates that she was a hunter.
But after posting the image, Nicole found that her account had been frozen and she could no longer use it.
“I opened up Tinder– in a few hours I was banned from the platform!” explained Nichole via FaceTime from her New England home.
— Dion Lim (@DionLimTV) February 22, 2019
Nicole asked Tinder what was the problem, according to ABC:
When she reached out to Tinder to get a better idea of what happened, she says “they responded and said I had violated the terms of service and the community guidelines.”
“I cropped it so there were no weapons, no blood– my family, we are not trophy hunters, we hunt for food. We respect the animal, we respect the outdoors, we eat every part of the deer that we can and only take shots when we feel it’s going to be a good shot and it’s going to take the animal as quickly and painlessly as possible,” says Nichole.
But it got worse:
Not only was she permanently banned from the app, a user from San Francisco took his complaint one step further.
“An individual had emailed my employer with screenshots of my profile saying some not nice things,” exclaimed Nichole.
This is rich coming from Tinder, the app used to push a dangerous homosexual lifestyle, an app notorious for being used to arrange rapes, and other crimes.
ABC found all sorts of men posing with their kill and asked Tinder why one woman was banned when hundreds of men were posting hunting photos.
After the story was posted, Tinder changed its mind and allowed the woman access back to her account.
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