My Comments: I’m not on any dating sites, but this is comically ridiculous. This is further evidence that this coordinated attack on the 2nd. They say no more hunting pictures but these are the same people who tell us the 2nd Amendment is about hunting. Also notice how the statement is written as if only mem post pictures with guns. I said it before and I’ll say it again, we can and we are progressing this country to death.

@bumble says: If the sexiest thing about you is your gun collection, you’re out of luck in more ways than one. Yesterday dating app Bumble announced in a blog post that images of guns are henceforth banned across the platform: “As mass shootings continue to devastate communities across the country, it’s time to state unequivocally that gun violence is not in line with our values, nor do these weapons belong on Bumble.” No more macho hunting photos! No more sinister basement gun selfies! It’s the end of a dumb era.

Founder Whitney Wolfe Herd clarified for the New York Times that photos from Instagrams connected to Bumble profiles will not be monitored for guns, just the photos embedded in profiles. Herd said Bumble has assembled 5,000 moderators around the world to trawl for gun photos. May all of those moderators find love.