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One Grindr user who identified himself as Danny said he originally thought the dating app's option to disclose HIV status was "great," also lauding frequent reminders on the app to get tested.
"As an HIV negative man, I still had lingering anti-HIV sentiments, but with these blatant disclosures, I was forced to learn," he told AFP.
The Secret Of The Beautiful Female Faces Revealed Scientists from around the world agree that beauty is all about the proportions and symmetry.
In other words, if a woman’s face is symmetric (or slightly asymmetric) than she is beautiful.
Also, a woman that is gentle, intelligent, devoted and passionate can’t be perceived as anything but beautiful and attractive.
A woman’s character influences greatly the perception of her physical beauty.
The revelation dovetails with a furor over lax personal data protection at Facebook.
First Impression Vs Second Impression There is no doubt that during the process of the initial judgment of the female beauty most people unconsciously “rely” on the facial symmetry.
Also, it is a well know fact that a woman with a beautiful face is likely to be perceived as a good and gentle person even before she opens her mouth or makes any move.
"I really thought that Grindr cared about the gay community, and was forcing us to have an important dialogue about our health and safety." He called Grindr's sharing of the data "a slap in the face." "It's sad, because I think that it did drive important conversations within our community." The AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) echoed that sentiment, calling Grindr's data-sharing "an egregious breach of confidentiality laws," demanding it "immediately cease and desist the reckless practice." "It is extremely unfortunate that those men who have been courageous enough to share their HIV status, be it positive or negative, on their Grindr profiles, may have now had that most personal data indiscriminately shared by Grindr," said Michael Weinstein, the AHF president.
'Key role' of apps Approximately 1.1 million people in the United States live with HIV, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention—among them an estimated 166,000 people unaware of their status.
Furthermore, women that are famous or otherwise successful are often found very attractive despite the fact that their faces are not perfectly symmetric (they are ordinary looking).