(EDGE) A man from Vancouver, Canada says he was blocked from entering the U.S. in October, after a U.S. Customs and Border Patrol official demanded he unlock his phone and read his profile on the gay hookup app Scruff, according to Canada's Daily Xtra.
A freelance journalist's story about an old high school bully hitting him up on the gay dating app Scruff is going viral this week.
Some users of the gay dating app Scruff may be surprised when they try to use the word "party" in their profile: The app's creators banned the word to crack down on its members from using "party" as code for drugs, according to New Now Next.
The gay dating phone app Scruff has updated its profile photo policies to ban kissing, hugging or “facial expressions related to sexual acts.”
In SCRUFF’s most recent “SCRUFFtistic Survey,” nearly 13,000 of the dating service’s users answered questions about where they stand on a number of political issues.
Scruff bills itself as one of the largest gay dating apps in the world. The company celebrated five years of existence last week and SFGN interviewed one of its founders.
Tickets are now on sale for this year's White Party Week, a star studded event that includes a moonlit cruise aboard a luxury yacht off the shores of Miami.