Sinakhone Keodara, the founder CEO of the Asian Entertainment Television company, recently made his plans public to sue Grindr on the grounds that the popular hookup app allows it's patrons to promote racial discrimination both on their own profiles and directed towards others.
Keodara took to Twitter to further emphasize these serious issues.
Gay Asian men bringing a national class action lawsuit against @Grindr for race discriminations. @DanielMagOnline @TheGayUK @WEHOville @RealWeHoTimes @GayUKNews @MenMagazineGay @instinctmag @GaySYDAustralia @gaystarnews#GrindrClassActionLawsuit #Gaysians #Race #Discrimination pic.twitter.com/U8xfmskRGn
— Sinakhone Keodara (@frogseatmoon) July 9, 2018
Keodara is now calling for co-plaintiffs, stating “Please spread my call for co-plaintiffs to all your gay Asian men in your life that has been offended, humiliated, degraded and dehumanized by Grindr allowing gay white men to write in their profiles 'No Asians,' 'Not interested in Asians,' or 'I don’t find Asians attractive.'"