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Mike is a teaching assistant in New York City, and to supplement his income, he has a second job: He sells drugs. The rise of gay dating sites in the s, such as early entrants Manhunt and Adam4Adam, provided gay men with new ways to connect. But over time, digital platforms geared toward LGBTQ men have also created a more convenient way for gay and bi men — a population that disproportionately uses illicit substances due to social stigma, discrimination and other minority stressors — to find drugs, and for drug dealers to find them.

However, those who use the app say it is still home to a robust market for illicit substances. Grindr users discreetly reference crystal meth by putting a diamond emoji in their profile, and snowflake emojis are used to get the attention of those looking to purchase cocaine. While there is no data that quantifies drug activity on Grindr, a dozen people who use the app spoke to NBC News about its prevalence. Jones said approximately men responded to the ad he and his fellow researchers posted to Grindr.

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According to data from the U. Department of Health and Human Services, 1. Despite the many gay dating apps through which he could potentially push his product, Mike, the New York drug dealer, said he exclusively uses Grindr. NBC News spoke to several Grindr users who said they attempted to flag profiles of those selling or offering drugs, but to no avail.

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Under U. Like all websites and apps, the gay dating platform is protected by Section of the Communications Decency Act of The legislation, passed in the early days of the internet, is known as one of the most important tech industry laws. But while Grindr is not legally obligated to moderate drug content on its platform, some experts say it would be relatively easy to do so.

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While Grindr may not be policing drug activity on its app — real police are. There have been several examples in the past few years of men being arrested for selling illicit substances through the app. One of those men is Harold Gondrez, 67, a bisexual man from Manhattan who was arrested in July after selling crystal meth to an undercover New York Police Department officer he met on Grindr. At first I asked him if he was a cop, and of course he said no.

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Then two weeks after the last sale, a whole team of police officers came to my apartment to arrest me. Shortly after Gondrez was busted, a Virginia mayor abruptly reed and pleaded guilty to offering meth to undercover cops he met on Grindr. And across the pond earlier this year, a U. McCabe, president of the National Association of LGBT Addiction Professionals, said despite having no legal obligation, Grindr has a moral obligation to fight drug sales on its platform.

However, he said the app creates a unique problem for those trying stop using drugs.

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Ethan said he fears the prevalence of drug promotion on Grindr and other gay dating apps has led to complacency within the LGBTQ community when it comes to illicit drug use — especially meth. IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser. Politics U. Share this —. Follow NBC News. NBC Out When no one is looking, many women are watching gay porn.

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