UPenn deletes disgraced Twitter exec Yoel Roth’s PhD dissertation arguing minors should have access to sex apps

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It has been revealed that former Head of Trust and Safety at Twitter Yoel Roth’s doctoral dissertation, entitled “Gay Data,” has been withdrawn from the University of Pennsylvania.

According to the Substack Contra, Roth’s dissertation was withdrawn from the website as of December 11.

The 2016 dissertation speaks about the potential usage of sex-based apps, similar to Grindr, for LGBTQ youth.

In one section, Roth outlines the problems with allowing minors on Grindr, an adult app made for connecting gay men for sex. 

Citing three examples involving adult Grindr users meeting underage users of the app, Roth wrote, “In each case, public accounts of the assaults are framed in largely the same way: older, predatory men take advantage of impressionable, naive teenagers who have stumbled their way onto Grindr.”

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