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There have been several examples in the past few years of men being arrested for selling illicit substances through the app. Department of Health and Human Services, 1.
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Ethan said he fears the prevalence of drug promotion on Grindr and other gay dating apps has led to complacency within the LGBTQ community when it comes to illicit drug use — especially meth. However, those who use the app say it is still home to a robust market for illicit substances.
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