Tech Leaders Bumble And Match To Fight For Texas Women On Aboration Laws...

The dating app company Bumble has created a special fund to help people affected by Texas’ new aboration ban.

The CEO of Match, which owns Tinder, is creating a similar fund. Both companies are based in Texas and are led by women.


“I’m not speaking about this as the CEO of a company,” Match Group CEO Shar Dubey said in a note sent to employees Thursday night.
“I’m speaking about this personally, as a mother and a woman who has fervently cared about women’s rights, including the very fundamental right of choice over her body.”

“I immigrated to America from India over 25 years ago and I have to say, as a Texas resident, I am shocked that I now live in a state where women’s reproductive laws are more regressive than most of the world, including India,” Dubey added.


The Texas law bans abortions after about six weeks of pregnancy, which is earlier than most people would realize that they’ve become pregnant. It also extends enforcement powers to the general public.

Match Group says its leader, not the company itself, is creating the fund, which would provide aid to any Match employees in Texas who are forced by the new abortion restriction to seek care outside the state. Dallas-based Match owns Tinder, Plenty of Fish, and a dozen other apps.

Dubey’s message came the day after Bumble, which is based in Austin, Texas, said it was setting up a fund that will go to organizations that support reproductive rights.

“Bumble has created a relief fund supporting the reproductive rights of women and people across the gender spectrum who seek abortions in Texas,” the company said as the state’s new abortion law took effect this week.


“We’ll keep fighting against regressive laws like” the one in Texas, the company said, noting that it was founded by women and is led by CEO Whitney Wolfe Herd.

Match Group CEO Dubey also called the Texas law regressive — a “big step back in women’s rights,” she said, noting that it does not allow exceptions to the ban for victims of rape or incest.

Bumble’s tweet announcement of its fund has met with a mixed response. Some commenters asked the company to reconsider the move — but others said the company should move out of Texas altogether.****-ban-bumble-match-funds

Sept. 3, 2021, 1:47 PM CDT
By Wilson Wong
Organization Texas Right to Life is urging citizens to submit anonymous tips on its website to help enforce the state’s new anti-abortion law.
So a handful of TikTokers decided to put whistleblowing into their own hands —by flooding the organization’s website with Shrek porn (and other deliberately false information).


The effort to troll the anti-abortion group was spearheaded by Gen Zers Victoria Hammett and Olivia Julianna, who both said they felt appalled by the recent legislation, which forbids abortions once cardiac activity is detected, which is usually around six weeks of pregnancy. The law also allows private citizens, including people who live outside of Texas, to sue abortion providers or anyone else who helped someone get an abortion after the six-week limit for at least $10,000 per defendant.
“Texas has anonymously set up a system where you can report people who have gotten abortions,” Hammett, 22, said in an Aug. 23 TikTok video, which has amassed more than 850,000 views. “Wouldn’t it be so awful if we send in a bunch of fake tips and crashed the site? Like, ‘Greg Abbott’s butt stinks.’”

Julianna, 18, a native Texan, said she knew she wanted to take action after learning about Texas Right to Life’s website.

“I found out about this website and thought, ‘We have to do whatever we can if they’re going to use the internet against us — the very people who were raised on the internet,’” Julianna said.

Shortly after, Hammett posted her own video to raise awareness about the anti-abortion website. Their message quickly exploded.

“The reaction has been amazing because people have felt really lost in regards to this anti-abortion legislation, and this was just one way of fighting back against this new law,” Hammett said.


Many TikTok users, according to Hammett, have deliberately sent fake information to the website, including tips with titles like “Greg Abbott farts” or “calls to abort Ted Cruz.” Some have sent graphic images of Shrek, while others have reported excerpts from the 2007 film, “Bee Movie,” or Stephanie Meyer’s “Twilight” series.

TikToker Sean Black, 20, who asked NBC News not to use his real name out of fear for his safety, said he used his own software engineering expertise to get a little more creative.

“I coded this bot that basically spams the website with fake submissions,” he said. “Once the bot is downloaded, it will automatically open the website, fill out the form with fake data that makes it look like you’re in Texas, submit it and then re-submit it, again and again.”


According to Black, more than 30,000 people have already downloaded the bot as of Friday afternoon.

Attempting to crash the anti-abortion website is one of several initiativesthat Gen Zers have spearheaded using TikTok as a tool to spread the word. Last year, some users launched an anti-racist campaign to flood some websites and apps that were collecting crime tips with K-pop fan videos.


If anyone thinks living under conservatives’ laws ni ngumu, let him try living under liberals’ laws. Liberals’ laws, under the gab of protecting wokeness, are a hundred thousand times harder.





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Why Republicans oppose aboration even in cases of rape:


About rape ni ngumu kiasi…:frowning: I maintain a no-comment attitude hapo.

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