Women-only apps have been accused of being discriminatory Transgender A woman with face recognition AI.
Launched in early 2020, Giggle, a “female-only” social network, has been the subject of complaints from transgender women ever since. The Verge, The request for participation was rejected by the app’s facial recognition system because their functionality was not “feminine” enough.
But now Sall Grover, CEO of Giggle, said Queensland Doubled, claiming that the app doesn’t have space for “men who claim to be females”.
Glover, who does not believe that transgender women are women, told Femer: Giggle is used by women of all races, religions and cultures. A common quality for Giggle users is that they are female.
Giggle, a social network that claims to be “female only,” was accused after saying that transgender women have been excluded from the app since it was released in early 2020.