Bumble won't let you share bikini and bra photos if you took them indoors
Internet companies often have dire policies when it comes to sexuality, and that apparently extends to dating apps like Bumble as well. BuzzFeed News reports that Bumble took photos of artist Cali Rockowitz in a bralette because bathing suit and underwear photos were banned indoors. Apparently a bikini top or a shirtless look is fine as long as the pictures are "taken outside". And no, you can't edit the photos to fake an outside shot.
A spokesperson told BuzzFeed that the policy went into effect in 2016 following both user complaints and research. Selfies in the shirtless bathroom were the "most stolen," Bumble said, taking action against the affected swimsuit and underwear shots. Outdoor shots are allowed as they reflect a "natural environment" for bikinis.
Rockowitz argued that the guideline was strange for a dating app, especially one designed to "empower women". Users also noticed inconsistencies: men posting selfies indoors. Why can't women wear bras and swimsuits? It suggests that Bumble and other dating apps may want updated (or at least clearer) guidelines, if exceptions are made occasionally.
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