Posted on

How we #Need to remake the #Internet | #JaronLanier @worldie_com #Worldie 🌐

Tribeca Film Festival 👈

Posted on Leave a comment

#SocialMedia #Platforms now have the #Responsibility to be #Benevolent. 💎🦅 #Leads the way.

Meet new people. Create. Feel limitless. Feel safe.

These are what we want to provide to you.

Social platforms are facilitators of communication. Their policies and technology directly impact you. At Worldie, our motivation is to benefit you and other people.
As we continue, we can positively say that people have benefited from our platform.

Join ⬅️

Posted on Leave a comment

@sydney_krey #suicidegirls #model #alternative #tattoo #alternativemodel #inked #girlswithtattoos #altmodel #suicidegirl #alternativegirl

@Regrann from @sydney_krey – Noir
Photo by @davidefoto – App – Repost without leaving Instagram – Download Here :

View this post on Instagram

Noir Blanco Photo by @davidefoto

A post shared by Sydney Krey 💎 (@sydney_krey) on

View this post on Instagram #maximmagazine #maxim #maximcovergirl #model #maximmodel #maximhot #maximmag #detroit #michiganmodel #greatlakes #vote #covergirl #FemaleEntrepreneur #Blonde #RedDress #WoundedWarriorProject #SydneyKrey #AmericanModel #September11th My beautiful BFF making model moves, help her out with a vote my people! Takes under 30 seconds. Really appreciate it! And appreciate her sexiness and good heart ALWAYS! ❤❤❤ You Can vote for free EVERYDAY or if you're in the charitable mood you could give a minimum of $10.00 or more and proceeds will go to Wounded Warrior Project! Plus a vote towards her for each dollar sent. I really love that cause. So this is extra special to me! Thanks everyone for voting Sydney Krey Ballans <3

A post shared by DANIEL BRUMMITT (@_d_a_n_i_e_l__b) on

Posted on Leave a comment

I really really just #Want #TrueLove, I’m so over this hop on and hop off #Generation. #PleaseRead the recent #Discovery I found. I Figure maybe if I re-define #Myself via #SocialMedia; I can #Manifest it using #Logic, aka my #Electronic #Gavel, aka #CellPhone.

I didn’t realize how bad it was until I recently got permanently banned from Tinder. I did some research to throw dirt on them to fight back, but what I found made me feel sick, and was also a lifesaver. According to the CDC there is a 74 percent increase in STDs, including HIV, mainly contributed exclusively to Tinder and Grindr. Let’s be real; all PC aside, Grindr probably is the larger contributor, but it doesn’t change the fact that we all definitely need a life change in our hearts towards how we treat relationships.

So fuck Tinder, thank u for the ban, I’m not getting aids! 💋😉

Posted on Leave a comment try #Worldie 🌐 #socialmediaplatform #socialmedia #digitalmarketing #marketing #linkedin #socialmediamarketer #contentmarketing #socialmediamarketing

@Regrann from @worldie_com – try #Worldie 🌐 #socialmediaplatform #socialmedia #digitalmarketing #marketing #linkedin #socialmediamarketer #contentmarketing #socialmediamarketing #comingsoon #facebook #work #platform #authortalk #authorsofinstagram #socialmediaplatforms #authorplatform #marketingandpromotions #webinaronlinemarketing #webinaronline #authorslife #sellmorebooks #writersofinstagram #webinarforauthors #authorwebinar #motivation #socialmedianews #socialmediatools #socialmediatips #socialmediaguru @_d_a_n_i_e_l__b – VP, CMO –

Regrann App – Repost without leaving Instagram – Download Here :

Posted on Leave a comment

I’m so sick of #Facebook over stepping boundaries; ever since they took over #Instagram I get blocked nonstop, and now that they’re in the #Dating scene, I’m permanently banned from #Tinder. 😤 No #Coincidence…

Never had a single issue with either App until FB started covertly destroying these Brands.

Via TechCrunch

Ledger Nano X - The secure hardware wallet

Posted on

#Transgender profiles keep getting suspended on #Tinder 🔥 #Discrimination #Bias #Love #Relationships #OnlineDating #Isolation

  • Popular dating app Tinder offered unclear explanation why transgender accounts kept being removed.
  • Some transgender users expressed suspicion that their removal might be caused by the number of reports made by transphobic people against their profiles.
  • Transgender user also complained about the transphobic and trans-fetishizing messages they received from other users of the app.

Transgender users complained that their profiles were being taken down by the popular dating app Tinder without any explanation.

According to transgender news by Vice website published on Friday, several transgender people wondered why Tinder deleted their accounts.

YouTuber Kat Blaque came forward to complain on Twitter that every account she created were removed, saying, “At this point, it’s very, very, very hard for me to not believe that I am either being targeted by transphobic trolls or being banned because I’m trans.”

Several others interviewed by Vice have voiced suspicions that the action by Tinder was triggered by transphobic Tinder users reporting their accounts.

Banned after reinstatement

Tahlia, 23, a trans woman from Austin, created her Tinder profile starting in 2014. By December 2015, after she transitioned and updated her gender to female, her account was banned for the first time.

A month later, her account was reinstated after she lodged a number of complaints. Recently, however, her account was again deleted.

“There were two guys I was pretty interested in. We were talking, and they seemed pretty cool—now I don’t really have a way of letting them know what happened,” Tahlia said. “They’re probably just going to think I ghosted them.”

Tahlia sent the company multiple emails but received canned responses such as, “We take violations of our Terms of Service and Community Guidelines very seriously. Please note that we do not have an appeals process at this time, therefore, your account will remain banned from Tinder. You will not be able to create a new Tinder profile using your Facebook and/or phone number.”

Gender options on Tinder

On November 2016, Tinder updated its gender options that included, among other things, identifiers for transgender individuals.

Twitter cofounder Jonathan Badeen sent a direct message to Tahlia via Twitter asking whether she or her friends used the correct gender option, claiming, “Trust me, it helps.”

“Yes I have and I still get banned after being reported by men who don’t think trans people should be on there,”Tahlia responded. “They do this to show how inclusive they are, but at the same time, trans women are getting banned,”

On her Twitter page, Tahlia vented out her frustration even after she used the trans identifier, “Still waiting on @Tinder to unban me since i got banned after being reported for being trans. So much for “trans friendly.” Yalls 30 gender options don’t mean sh*t when trans people still get banned automatically because of how often cis straight men report us.”

Transphobic, fetishizing comments

Another trans woman from Ontario, Jelena Vermilion, 24, shared similar experience when her profile was blocked. After sending complaints to Tinder, she has yet to hear back or her account reinstated.

Like Tahlia, Vermilion and her friends experience the same frustration. She is concerned her account was banned due to the number of reports from other Tinder users.

Commenting on the trans qualifier on the profiler, Vermilion said, “It’s more damning in a way because it put a target on us.”

“As a trans person, it’s already difficult to explore dating—especially with this political climate,” Vermilion, who reopened her Tinder account after breaking up with her boyfriend. “It feels very discouraging… I already have little hope when it comes to dating, so it’s like, OK, there’s one less option.”

Complaints on transphobic and trans-fetishizing messages were also cited by Vermilion and Tahlia. Some men asked about their genitals when they specifically indicated on their profile they didn’t want to receive questions about their genitalia.

Tinder’s statement

When reached out for comments by Vice, Tinder issued the following statement:

“Tinder has made a firm commitment to inclusivity, and in November 2016, we rolled out our More Genders update in an effort to further demonstrate to our users that everyone is welcome on the app. We stand behind our pledge to make sure no one is ever removed from Tinder simply because of their gender.

However, we must do everything we can to make sure that Tinder is a safe space for everyone, which means taking our community guidelines and user reports seriously. While we cannot share details regarding specific users or investigations, all users are held to the same standards and are removed from Tinder if they violate our community guidelines or terms of use.”

Tahlia, however, expressed that the statement did nothing for her and other transgender users of the app. “Unless they’re going to reinstate my account, anything they say is performative b*llsh*t.”

There are several other dating sites for transgender that cater specifically for transgender women. For example, MyTranssexualDate is a dating website with over 95,000 members and created by a team of transgender women with the goal of building genuine connection between transgender users and their future partners from anywhere in the world.

View this post on Instagram

W🌐RLDIE is better We created #Worldie to be the most #Benevolent #SocialMedia #Platform with #Worldwide #Leadership. For years, we saw #Unfair removal of #Content, and unethical practices by for-profit social platforms. We saw fewer #Features and less personality. Worldie is #ConnectingPeople worldwide with positive social impact. We “let it live” and want people to feel safe to express themselves online with personality. We’re against #CyberBullying with an #Innovative and #Ethical #Policy. We want you to meet new people and have new experiences. Be #Different! It’s your #Creative canvas. We want you to have #Fun, know what is happening in the #World, and to have a voice. We are the first #Nonprofit Social Media #Network connecting people worldwide with #Videos, #Photos, profiles, #Channels, #Pages, #Groups, #Events, #Posts, customization, and more all-in-one. Creating #Positive #Socialimpact with #Technology.

A post shared by (@worldie_com) on

Posted on Leave a comment

#Worldie #NonProfit #SocialMediaNetwork Join the #Future with #SocialImpact – #PositiveTechnology

Worldie is better

We created Worldie to be the most benevolent social media platform with worldwide leadership.

For years, we saw unfair removal of content, and unethical practices by for-profit social platforms. We saw fewer features and less personality.

Worldie is connecting people worldwide with positive social impact. We “let it live” and want people to feel safe to express themselves online with personality. We’re against cyberbullying with an innovative and ethical policy. We want you to meet new people and have new experiences.

Be different! It’s your creative canvas. 🦄

We want you to have fun, know what is happening in the world, and to have a voice.

We are the first Nonprofit Social Media Network connecting people worldwide with videos, photos, profiles, channels, pages, groups, events, posts, customization, and more all-in-one.

Creating positive social impact with technology.

We will have a new Worldie by 2021

Leaders Representing People Worldwide

At our international nonprofit board of directors, we represent people worldwide and from different regions.

We’re global to show that we value people from all parts of the world, and to show different perspectives.

Christina Taft Founder, Chair, and CEO in California, USA Innovator, Creative, Difference maker. An entrepreneur, she works on social impact and solving problems. She founded Worldie, created its policy, and managed all service providers.

Chief Marketing Officer and VP in Detroit, Michigan, USA DANIEL BRUMMITT is a Social Journalist; Professional Art Blogger, & Independent Publisher from Detroit Michigan, whose focus is Automation + Data driven Sales.

Finally, a social network that knows about social impact.

What We’re Best At. Prepare for innovation, fun, and creativity.


Posted on Leave a comment

The #US Just Hit Another Troubling High in #STD Rates, And You Need to Protect Yourself.


OCTOBER 12, 2019

A worrying trend in the US shows no signs of stopping: rates of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) continue to rise, with combined cases of syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia hitting a record high in 2018.

That’s according to new figures published by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It reported more than 115,000 cases of syphilis, 580,000 cases of gonorrhea, and 1.7 million cases of chlamydia over the course of last year.

It’s the fifth year in a row that a new high has been set, and these total ~2.4 million STD cases represent an overall increase of around 100,000 on last year’s figures.

While people often make light of STDs, these disease are killing people – and they’re entirely preventable.

Perhaps most troubling is the 40 percent rise in cases of congenital syphilis (which is passed from mother to baby).

The number of newborn babies dying from congenital syphilis also increased 22 percent between 2017 and 2018, from 77 to 94 deaths

As well as newborn death, congenital syphilis can lead to miscarriage, stillbirth, and severe physical and neurological problems that last a lifetime.

“STDs can come at a high cost for babies and other vulnerable populations,” says Jonathan Mermin, director of CDC’s National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention.

“Curbing STDs will improve the overall health of the nation and prevent infertility, HIV, and infant deaths.”

What makes the statistics all the more tragic is that syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia can all be cured using modern-day antibiotics. Left untouched to spread from person to person though, they can lead to a variety of health issues, including infertility, ectopic pregnancy, and increased HIV risk.

As STDs don’t always show symptoms, calls to get checks can often go ignored, which isn’t helping the jump in numbers that we’re seeing. That lack of symptoms also means the actual number of cases is probably higher than what is being reported.

The CDC has highlighted three groups of factors that it thinks are contributing to these increasingly scary figures. First, drug use, poverty, stigma and unstable housing, all of which can have a negative effect on access to STI protection and care.

Second, less frequent condom use among groups particular vulnerable to STDs, which include young people and gay and bisexual men.

Lastly, cuts to STD healthcare programs at the local and state level.

The CDC is now calling for “urgent action” to try and reverse the trend. More resources, more funding, and more education is required, the agency says. What makes the story even more tragic is that syphilis was almost eradicated in the United States around the turn of the century.

As far as congenital syphilis goes, the CDC recommends that expectant mothers get checked earlier and checked often. Tests should be carried out at the first contact with a healthcare worker, the CDC says.

“There are tools available to prevent every case of congenital syphilis,” says Gail Bolan, director of CDC’s Division of STD Prevention. “Testing is simple and can help women to protect their babies from syphilis – a preventable disease that can have irreversible consequences.”

Let’s hope that this time next year there’s more positive news to report.

Posted on Leave a comment

#Gratitude #InstagramStory #CarSelfie #Tattoos #SMM #ArtBlogger #ArtAdvisor