At Grindr, we’ve created a safe space where you can discover, connect to, and navigate the queer world around you. If your Grindr account was banned, then it most likely means you violated our Community Guidelines. They exist to let you express yourself freely while also helping us maintain the safe, authentic, and accepting environment we strive to cultivate. Any violation of these guidelines may result in the removal of prohibited content or a permanent ban from Grindr.
We’re talking about (but not limited to):
- Illegal Activity
- Harassment or Bullying
- Hate Speech or Discrimination
- Nudity or Pornography
- Underage Users
If you think you were banned incorrectly (accounts are mostly banned by humans and we make mistakes!) then please send us a support request and let us know. We can offer more insight on why your account was banned. Keep in mind that correctly placed penalties will not be removed though!
Our Community Guidelines are here to keep Grindr safe, authentic, and welcoming for everyone. When in doubt, just play nice and you'll be good to go.
Be authentic. Don't sell and/or advertise services. Don't spam. Be yourself on the app, not someone else. Finally, don't overthink it. If something is illegal offline, don't do it on Grindr.
Remember that you are fully responsible for all activity made on your account, and if suspensions or bans are incurred we will not be able to modify them.
Last but not least:
It never hurts to ask: Have you checked our Community Guidelines yet? Make sure you do & Grind On!