Written by Instinct Staff | Wednesday, 09 January 2013
, best of 2012
, los angeles
, new york
, san francisco
, best bars
It's always a question of who ends up on top when it comes to Grindr, so having the gay geo-social app host a "best of" awards totally made sense. Grindr tasked some of its 4.5 million worldwide users with the job of naming the top pop- and local-culture items from 2012. Given that these are some of the pickiest gays on the planet, the winners should be very illuminating!
Find out which celebrities, TV shows, athletes, bars, clubs, parties, salons, gyms, bartenders and more were favored by Grindr users after the jump!
Written by Instinct Staff | Thursday, 06 September 2012
, for equality
, 2012 elections
, lgbt rights
Giving millions of gays across the country the best excuse yet to fire up the infamous yellow and orange icon, Grindr for Equality, the philanthropic arm of the GPS-based social app for gays, has announced efforts to get amorous gays involved in the 2012 elections.
Tags: national organization for marriage
, changes of heart
, banned users
, change of heart
, marriage equality
, mitt romney
, hate groups
, anti gay
If you follow the National Organization for Marriage on social networks or its website, then this morning you, like many others, might've actually thought the anti-gay group had a change of heart and came around to espouse the values of Christianity for once.
Not too fast, young friend!
Instead, NOM was hacked—and it was hilarious. Details follow.
Written by Instinct Staff | Friday, 20 January 2012
, social networks
, joel simkhai
Updated Wednesday, 2 p.m. EST
As the Australian hacker accused of logging into Grindr profiles evades criminal charges, a company spokesman says that the accusations lofted last week against the popular GPS social app are "unfounded." Details follow.