#GrindrBlewIt

Grindr’s new Terms of Service are 19 pages long—but buried in the fine print is a clause that stops users from holding Grindr accountable for violating users’ privacy and rights. Grindr’s new Terms contain a forced arbitration clause and a class action waiver that goes into effect as soon as this week.

Existing users may only have until Wednesday, January 29, to opt out! Help us tell users to opt out and put the heat on Grindr to stop covering up its violations of our rights.

Are you on Grindr? Know Your Rights!

If you joined Grindr before 2020, you only have until Wednesday, January 29, to opt out of the forced arbitration clause. New users have 30 days from when they accepted the Terms of Service to opt out.

WHY SHOULD I OPT OUT?

These new terms take away your right to sue Grindr or join a class action in case they violate your rights. (But they conveniently preserve Grindr’s right to sue you for intellectual property violations. ?)

HOW DO I OPT OUT?

In order to opt-out, you must email your name, street address (including your city, state, and zip code), email address associated with your account, and an unaltered digital image of your valid driver’s license to arbitrationoptout@grindr.com.

Think license requirements to preserve your civil rights are transphobic and coercive? You’re not wrong.

 

HOW YOU CAN FIGHT BACK

TWEET AT @GRINDR

Tell Grindr what you think about its transphobic attack on its users’ civil rights.

TELL THEM #GRINDRBLEWIT

Let’s get this hashtag trending so that everyone knows how to opt out of this attack on their rights.

SHARE WITH YOUR FRIENDS

Because friends don’t let friends have their rights taken away without a fight.

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