The trouble with Tinder, though, is precisely the thing that separates it from social-media platforms like Facebook and Ok Cupid: The app uses geolocation software to match up users with other singles in their area.
Tinder worked with GLAAD’s Nick Adams, trans activist Andrea James and the creative team of “Transparent” to ensure that the solution met the evolving needs of the extremely diverse trans community.
It was important to recognize that in a rapidly changing America, trans folks are looking for love, too.
Many transgender people have been historically banned from the app, which asks users to report any “inappropriate behavior.” That self-policing, intended to filter out spambots and catfishers, allowed users to file complaints en masse about trans people — even though they weren’t doing anything wrong.
Because it can be difficult to separate valid complaints from outright trolling, trans Tinder users frequently found themselves blocked due to false reporting.
But the general notion that sexual attraction is a social construct that can be trained out of people runs directly counter to the gay and lesbian rights agenda, which suggests that sexual orientation is biological and unchanging.
Here’s the bottom line: once you state that gender is entirely a social construct, anyone who “discriminates” in regarding sexual partnership must be a bigot.
In this part of their life, or these transwomen are in their natural form.
They live their life as a woman and dress up the way(although it depends upon her society and being in closet or not) .
Results from a new national survey commissioned by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender civil rights organization, reveal a significant uptick in the number of Americans who say they personally know or work with someone who is transgender, and a corresponding increase in favorable feelings toward transgender people.