This journalist 'exposes' gay Olympians in Rio, endangers their lives and gets blasted A journalist with a popular American website used a gay dating app to interact with homosexual athletes and then wrote about them with enough description to reveal their identities.
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We're sorry. He never claimed to be anyone he was not, did not offer anything to anyone, and immediately admitted that he was a journalist whenever he was asked who he was. His profile read "I'm looking for sex" in both English and [language]," read a line from the story.
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It is disappointing that the thedailybeast published NicoHines ' story in the first place. The hugely controversial story that potentially threatens lives of those featured in it has been taken down by the website after backlash. Read latest edition.
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The story follows reports that , condoms have been supplied to the 10, athletes in Rio where dating and hook-up app usage is at an all-time high among athletes in general.
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Stern wasn't alone. Later Thursday night, the Daily Beast withdrew the story and replaced it with an editor's note:. He stopped short of using names, but he did say what teams the Grindr users were on. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here.
So NicoHines basically just outed a bunch of athletes in his quest to write a shitty thedailybeast article where he admitted to entrapment — Gus Kenworthy guskenworthy August 11,
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In what can only be explained as a bad attempt at getting attention, Daily Beast writer Nico Hines headed down to the Oympics in Rio and downloaded some dating apps. Even though he downloaded the whole gamut, the writer really only focused on Grindr, a dating app for gay men, in. The reporter had described how he used online dating, including popular gay app Grindr, to get dates with athletes. The Daily Beast said it had.
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The article examined the ease of hooking up in the athletes' village dating, including popular gay app Grindr, to get dates with athletes. Athletes (not featured in the Daily Beast article) at the Olympics. the Olympic Village while using several hookup apps, hoping to learn whether “an Because Hines is not gay, you might find his use of Grindr a bit dishonest.
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For his disturbing story, Hines—who is straight—set up a profile on the gay hookup app Grindr and used it to trick Olympic athletes into chatting. The Daily Beast reporter Nico Hines used hook-up apps like Grindr to find gay Rio athletes. The Daily Beast reporter Nico Hines examined the.
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UPDATE: On Thursday night, The Daily Beast removed Nico Hines' gay athletes using Grindr, one of the more popular mobile apps that. A journalist with a popular American website used a gay dating app to interact Hines wrote about gay athletes he interacted with on Grindr.