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Dating platform Bumble will not review its policy on indoor bikini photos despite recent criticism – Fox News

Bumble isn’t budging on its bikini-photo ban.

The online dating platform, which launched in 2014, has confirmed that it will not be reconsidering its current rules against posting indoor swimsuit photos despite recent controversy surrounding a user wearing a bralette, a representative for Bumble tells Fox News.

Bumble initially instituted its policy prohibiting indoor bikini pics in 2016, along with restrictions on sharing shirtless mirror selfies, among other types of profile photos.

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Bumble won’t let you share bikini and bra photos if you took them indoors – Engadget

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Internet companies frequently have murky policies when it comes to s**uality, and that apparently extends to dating apps like Bumble. BuzzFeed News reports that Bumble took down photos of artist Cali Rockowitz wearing a bralette due to a policy banning swimsuit and underwear photos when indoors. Apparently, a bikini top or shirtless look is fine as long as the shots were “taken outside.” And no, you can’t edit the photos to fake an outdoor shot.

A spokesperson told BuzzFeed the policy took effect in 2016 after both complaints from users as well as research. Shirtless bathroom selfies were the “most swiped left on,” Bumble said, and cracking down on that affected swimsuit and underwear shots. Outdoor shots are allowed as they reflect a “natural setting” for bikinis. read more

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Bumble won’t let you share bikini and bra photos if you took them indoors – Yahoo Tech

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Internet companies frequently have murky policies when it comes to s**uality, and that apparently extends to dating apps like Bumble. BuzzFeed News reports that Bumble took down photos of artist Cali Rockowitz wearing a bralette due to a policy banning swimsuit and underwear photos when indoors. Apparently, a bikini top or shirtless look is fine as long as the shots were “taken outside.” And no, you can’t edit the photos to fake an outdoor shot.

A spokesperson told BuzzFeed the policy took effect in 2016 after both complaints from users as well as research. Shirtless bathroom selfies were the “most swiped left on,” Bumble said, and cracking down on that affected swimsuit and underwear shots. Outdoor shots are allowed as they reflect a “natural setting” for bikinis. read more

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