We do our best to keep You Now safe, but we cannot guarantee it.The following are a list of rules & guidelines, which, if violated, may result in a suspension or permanent ban from You Now.That being said, Bumble is a place for everyone regardless of their gender or dating/friendship preference.Since this concept was designed to correct an issue with opposite sex dating, we’ve removed that functionality and restriction from any same sex connection.Both parties in any same sex connection are encouraged to make the first move and are completely able to do so.Bumble loves every user, and we continually take feedback that will help us make the app more friendly and successful for everyone.In fact, they’re not even exclusively for dating, as Ok Cupid allows you to be married or in a relationship but looking for friends.Free sites may also work better for individuals who are separated, but not yet divorced (or separated with no immediate intention to divorce).
In order for You Now to remain a safe place to meet new people and participate in vibrant discussions, it's important that we establish community standards in an effort to safeguard the wellbeing of our users to the best of our ability.
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Since Bumble was designed to counter problematic and antiquated hetero dating norms, the above rules do not apply to same sex or friend connections.
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