Bumble enlightens male user on how to speak to women

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Though many dating app users have encountered disappointing and downright disrespectful interactions, Bumble refuses to tolerate that sort of behavior on its app.

After a Bumble conversation showed female user, Ashley Helmbreck, receiving extremely out-of-line, abusive messages from a male user named Connor, the dating app stepped in to defend Ashley by posting an open letter about the exchange on Twitter.

The dating app, created by Tinder cofounder Whitney Wolfe, was designed with the intention of being a safe and respectful place for women. Wolfe left Tinder and sued company CMO Justin Mateen for alleged sexual harassment, and as a result of her negative experiences, launched the rival dating app. Read more…

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