The CEO of a homosexual dating app, “Grindr”, has come out against same-sex marriage in a bizarre move to the eyes of many in the homosexual community. The Blaze reports:
Scott Chen, the president of LGBT dating app Grindr, is under fire for comments he made about same-sex marriage.
In a since-deleted Facebook post, Chen expressed his belief that marriage is a “holy matrimony between a man and a woman,” for which he drew heavy criticism.
Ironically, the original post, according to Into, revealed that he would boycott Chinese tech company HTC after hearing reports that the company had backed U.S. activist groups opposed to same-sex marriage.
In the post on his personal Facebook account, Chen wrote, “Some people think marriage is a holy matrimony between a man and a woman. And I think so too. But that’s your own business.”
This is not an unknown point of view – many gays see same-sex marriage as a threat to their “carefree” lifestyle, while others are committed Christians who follow teachings on homosexuality despite being homosexuals themselves.