The group helped Tinder reach nearly 40 auto-fill gender options for the app, such as "trans man," "trans woman" or "transgender." If none of those labels fit, a user can type in a customized label to display on their profile. "Some trans people will only want to go on a date with someone who knows they are trans," Adams said.
C., from legal services to counseling and reporting resources for victims and their friends, including the deaf and hard-of-hearing, military personnel, college students, Spanish speakers and speakers of 26 different Asian languages.o Get an Advocate – Instantly connects users to the Network for Victim Recovery DC who will send a confidential advocate to meet victims at the hospital and assist them with every step of the exam, reporting and recovery process.o Get Medical Help – Includes directions by car and public transit, as well as options for taxis and free transportation to the Med Star Washington Hospital Center.
The app also gives advice on what to expect in a forensic exam, do’s and don’ts, tips for friends and bystanders on how to support victims and more.
We’ve decided to jump off of our weekly top read article “The Do’s and Dont’s of Tinder,” and bring you an updated Do’s and Don’ts of Bumble for your online dating reading pleasure. A simple “hey, what’s up” is fine, but it likely won’t take the conversation very far.
Instead, ask where he/she was in that cool profile photo, or play along with their bio!
Allegedly she is supposed to be dating a member of the starting team for the Washington Wizards. Martell Webster’s wife Courtney Webster is happy that Martell has become such a family man.