Even when he invites them to dinner en masse to share his news, somehow, the conversation becomes about them.
The secret unfolds, though, when he comes home and sees his married daughter getting intimate with her ex.
Rad said that it was clear many of these users were being “reported” simply because of their gender identity, creating a hostile environment within the larger app community.
The tech company then partnered with GLAAD, the nonprofit organization aimed at raising awareness and advocacy for LGBT issues, to figure out the best way to make changes to the app that would be most beneficial to the transgender community.“We realized this is a very complex issue and we wanted to take the time to get this right,” Rad said.
In 2014, Facebook started letting users choose from more than 50 different terms for describing their identity.