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These are external links and will open in a new window. Gay dating app Scruff has banned images of men in underwear or swimming trunks, after it was suspended from the Google Play app store several times. Scruff said it had changed its profile picture rules after "repeated suspensions by app store distributors" but declined to specify which stores.
Scruff has banned images of men in underwear or swimming trucks, after it was suspended from the Google Play store on several occasions. The app is targeted at gaybisexual and trans men, who can search through profiles of other men in their area. Despite being very popular, the app has been removed from the Google Play store several times in recent months.
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Scruff - a dating app for gaybitrans and queer men - has banned photos of men in underwear or swimwear, after it was temporarily removed from the Google Play app store. Silverberg went on to explain that in order to comply with app store guidelines, profile pictures may no longer show jockstraps, underwear, or bikini-style swimswear. The statement comes after some users of the app condemned the changes on social media after being greeted with a message about new photo guidelines.