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WOKEALLY Terms and Conditions
Effective Date: Jan 1, 2020
Payment Breakdowns and Models for WOKEALLY Premium:
1 month: £5.00 and £10.00 GBP plus card fees as notified at the time of the transaction and any additional fees and currency exchange rate fees
If you choose to purchase WOKEALLY Premium, payment will be charged to your iTunes or Google Play account (as applicable). All subscription prices are in GBP and are listed in full above. Prices may vary in other countries than the U.K. and except where prohibited by law, are subject to change without notice.
(c) You agree not to interfere or take action that results in interference with or disruption of the Websites or Apps or servers or networks connected to the Websites or Apps. You agree not to attempt to gain unauthorized access to other computer systems or networks connected to the Websites or Apps. WOKEALLY reserves all other rights. Except as expressly provided herein, nothing on the Websites or as part of the Services will be construed as conferring any license under WOKEALLY’s and/or any third party’s intellectual property rights, whether by estoppel, implication or otherwise. Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, WOKEALLY may revoke any of the foregoing rights and/or your access to the Services, including the App, or any part thereof, at any time without prior notice.
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Last revised February 1, 2020
Last Updated: February 1, 2020
Website and Mobile App. As a part of the Services, you may access and login into the Mobile App. The Mobile App allows you to connect with other members of the LGBTQ community, as further described herein. The Website provides users with the chance to learn more about WOKEALLY, its products and services, purchase gear and clothing, and the ability to post their thoughts and comments to the Website. Through the Website, users may view the various products and services offered by WOKEALLY, learn more about the Mobile App and post comments and thoughts on the Website blog.
How Services Work. Our Services allow you to connect and communicate with other members of the LGBTQ community for dating, fun, friendships and more!
Children. Our Services are not directed to children and no one under the age of 18 is eligible to use our Services. Protecting the privacy of children is very important to us. We do not collect or maintain Personal Information from people we actually know are under 18 years of age, and no part of our Services is designed to attract people under 18 years of age. If we later learn that a user is under 18 years of age, we will take steps to remove that user’s Personal Information from our databases and to prevent the user from utilizing the Services.
Information We Collect
In general, the Personal Information we gather enables us to provide the Services to you and helps us learn more about the use of the Services.
Specifically, we collect the following types of Personal Information:
Voluntary Information: We also collect other types of Personal Information that you provide to us voluntarily, such as information that you provide directly to us in order to enable us to provide you with the Services. We may also receive requested information if you contact us via e-mail regarding support for the Services.
Usage/Account Information: We collect Personal Information that you submit to us voluntarily at registration and in the course of your use of the Website. To use our Mobile App, we may require you to create an “Account”.
Indexing/Third Parties: We may obtain information about you from third parties or through our indexing and analytics tools (including through cookies or other tracking technologies, please see below for more details) .
Communications: When you communicate with us by sending us an email, communicating with us through the Mobile App, or by responding to push notifications we send you, we will collect and store any information that is contained in your communications with us.
Surveys: When you participate in one of our surveys, we may collect additional profile information.
Sweepstakes: If you participate in a sweepstakes, contest or giveaway through the Services, we may ask you for your e-mail address and/or home number (to notify you if you win or not). We may also ask for first and last names, and sometimes post office addresses to verify your identity. In some situations we may need additional information as a part of the entry process, such as a prize selection choice. These sweepstakes and contests are voluntary. We recommend that you read the rules for each sweepstakes and contest that you enter.
Location Information. If you have enabled location services on your phone, we collect rough geolocation information to give users you interact with an approximate estimate of their distance from you. If you do not want this information collected by us, you can disable location services on your phone.
Other: We may also collect Personal Information at other points through our Services that state that Personal Information is being collected.
We collect the following types of Anonymous Information:
Information Collected by Our Servers. To make our Services more useful to you, our servers (which may be hosted by a third party service provider) collect information from you, including your browser type, operating system, Internet Protocol (“IP”) address (a number that is automatically assigned to your computer when you use the Internet, which may vary from session to session), domain name, and/or a date/time stamp for your visit.
Log Files. As is true of most mobile services, we gather certain information automatically and store it in log files. This information includes IP addresses, browser type, Internet service provider (“ISP”), referring/exit pages, operating system, date/time stamp, and clickstream data. We use this information to analyze trends, administer the Website, see which links users click and how they navigate around the Website, gather demographic information about our user base as a whole, and better tailor our Services to our users’ needs. For example, some of the information may be collected so that when you visit the Website again, it will recognize you and the information could then be used to serve advertisements and other information appropriate to your interests.
Pixel Tags. In addition, we use “Pixel Tags” (also referred to as clear Gifs, Web beacons, or Web bugs). Pixel Tags are tiny graphic images with a unique identifier, similar in function to Cookies, which are used to track online movements of Web users. In contrast to Cookies, which are stored on a user’s computer hard drive, Pixel Tags are embedded invisibly in Web pages. Pixel Tags also allow us to send e-mail messages in a format users can read, and they tell us whether e-mails have been opened to ensure that we are sending only messages that are of interest to our users. We may use this information to reduce or eliminate messages sent to a user. We do not tie the information gathered by Pixel Tags to our users’ Personal Information.
You can read the relevant policies of advertisers we work with here:
You may opt out of receiving interest-based advertising from some of our partners by emailing [email protected] If you would like more information about this practice and to know your choices about not having this information used by these companies, click here: http://www.aboutads.info/choices or http://www.networkadvertising.org. If you’re in the EU, you can find additional information about your choices with respect to advertising networks and online behavioral advertising by clicking here: http://www.youronlinechoices.eu/.
Disclosure – Analytics.
Information Collected from You About Others. If you decide to invite a third party to create an Account, we will collect your and the third party’s names and e-mail addresses in order to send an e-mail and follow up with the third party. We rely upon you to obtain whatever consents from the third party that may be required by law to allow us to access and upload the third party’s names and e-mail addresses as required above. You or the third party may contact us at [email protected] to request the removal of this information from our database. As part of your use of the Services, we provide you the opportunity to connect automatically with your friends. We employ various techniques in order to facilitate friends finding each other on our service, including offering contact importer tools to facilitate adding to your contacts (including Facebook Friends and contacts in your address book) so that you can more readily ask your contacts to join and communicate with you through the Services. With your permission, we will access your address book, call log and SMS log, and import your contacts’ names, e-mail addresses, phone numbers, image, geographic location and Facebook IDs to facilitate automatic connection with your friends. We do this only for contact matching to help your friends and you find each other. Also, when you invite friends to the Services, we will access your Address Book and we will import your contacts names and phone numbers in order to facilitate the invitation. The e-mail that is sent to your friends will come from your e-mail address so that your friends know that you want to invite them to visit the Site. We do not store any passwords you provide as part of the contact import process. We also collect some settings that help us to interpret your data, such as the language and keyboard settings that you have established, and the phone’s carrier, mobile network code and mobile country code.
How We Use Information
We will use your Personal Information to:
We may also use your Personal Information to create Anonymous Information records by excluding information that makes the information personally identifiable to you.
We use the Anonymous Information we collect to analyse trends, administer and improve the Services, gather demographic information about our user base as a whole, and better tailor the Services to our users’ needs. However, we reserve the right to use Anonymous Information for any purpose, and to disclose Anonymous Information publicly without restriction. We provide analytics based upon our customer’s use of the Services to prospective partners, other customers, advertisers and other third parties. We may also disclose, on an anonymous basis, actual statements, verbatim, as made by our customers.
How We Disclose Information
We may also disclose certain Personal Information to:
Your Choices Regarding Your Information
Information Disclosed to Third Parties
Mobile App & Services, Specifically. We may also collect non-personal information from your mobile device if you have downloaded our Mobile App. This information is generally used to help us deliver the most relevant information to you. Examples of information that may be collected and used include your geographic location, how you use the Mobile App and information about the type of device you use. In addition, in the event the Mobile App crashes on your mobile device, we will receive information about your mobile device model software version and device carrier, which allows us to identify and fix bugs and otherwise improve the performance of our Mobile App. This information is sent to us as aggregated information and is not traceable to any individual and cannot be used to identify an individual.
How We Respond to Do Not Track Signals
We do not currently respond to “do not track” signals or other mechanisms that might enable consumers to opt out of tracking on the Website.
WOKEALLY App Guidelines:
WOKEALLY Community Guidelines are here for YOU. To make WOKEALLY a place where everyone can unapologetically be themselves, feel safe and build wonderful relationships that are based on trust, identity and community.
What we LOVE seeing:
Speaking of Photos and Posts:
Here’s what not to do:
Any post or profile is at liberty to be removed by WOKEALLY staff or WOKEALLY moderators if they do not comply with the community rules
All WOKEALLY users are automatically a member of this community. We are all different shapes, sizes, colours, identities and that’s pretty badass that we can share this space together. We have a zero tolerance policy on WOKEALLY for any phobic, discriminatory, aggressive, shaming, abusive/harassing, racist, sexist, ableism, ageism, trolling, attacking and/or graphic behaviour. Treat people the way you want to be treated (as cheesy as it sounds, you know it’s true) and report those who aren’t following these guidelines in any way, shape or form. Profiles are at liberty for being removed from the in app space if these behaviours are displayed.
Age is only a number…
And in this case the number is 18+. No one under the age of 18 is allowed on the app. We know FOMO is real, but you can follow us on all of our social media platforms until you reach 18 ?
As much as we love unicorns, please don’t come to find yours within the app. Community members are not here to fulfill a fetish, there are other spaces for this. Open relationship? Polyamory? Loving freely? Awesome! Anything else will be removed from the app
Any behaviour breaking the law of your local territory will be removed and made available to relevant authorities.
Profiles are suspended for breaking any of the community guidelines, engaging in illegal activity and fake profiles. If you feel that your profile does not fit the reasons listed above, please contact [email protected] with the following information:
In App Safety:
Fake people and Fake profiles have no place on WOKEALLY. While we do all we can to prevent this from occurring, we want you to have the resources to safely navigate this online space. If at any point you feel unsafe, uncomfortable or that the person you are talking with is suspicious please do the following:
We have moderators within each community. Moderators are volunteers who are giving their personal time to help keep the community a safe space for everyone. They can’t see every comment or read every post, but they work extremely hard to review. It is important that as a community member, if you see a post or comment that breaks community guidelines to please report it so that we can get it removed as quickly as possible. If you see something that needs to be dealt with immediately, you can also send the link/post/profile to [email protected] to be removed. If you are ever interested in being a moderator, reach out to the moderators of the community you are interested in and they will be happy to discuss with you.
We understand everyone has battles that they are working through. Here are some resources to help you fight, and seek the support you need. You’ve got this. Most of these resources are available in the USA, Canada, U.K and Australia, but have links to worldwide resources.
Questions about the community guidelines? You can ask questions in the WOKEALLY community or contact [email protected]
No glossary could encompass the range of identities and terms that are used within LGBTQA communities. If you hear a term you don’t recognize, or feel like someone is using a term in a new way, ask the individual what the term means to him or her. This glossary is meant as an introduction to the community, and is not the definitive answer as to how everyone understands these terms.
Woke: as a political term which refers to a perceived awareness of issues concerning social justice and racial justice. The grammatical aspect refers to a continuing awareness of these issues.
Ally: An ally is a person who confronts heterosexism, sexism, homophobia, biphobia, transphobia, etc., in themselves and others out of self-interest and a concern for the well-being of LGBTQ people, and who is committed to social justice and equal rights.
Androgynous: Gender expression that falls somewhere in between masculinity and femininity, or perhaps on some other dimension all together.
Aromantic: Someone who does not experience romantic attraction to others.
Asexual: Someone who does not experience sexual attraction towards other people, and who identifies as asexual. May still have romantic, emotional, affectional, or relational attractions to other people. Asexuality is distinct from celibacy, which is the deliberate abstention from sexual activity. Some asexuals do have sex. There are many diverse ways of being asexual. Sometimes shortened as “ace.”
Agender: Without gender. Often used as an identification for people who do not identify with or conform to any gender.
Bigender: Having two genders; exhibiting cultural characteristics of male and female roles.
Biphobia: Fear or hatred of people who are bisexual, pansexual, omnisexual, or nonmonosexual.
Bisexual: A person who is emotionally, romantically, sexually, affectionately, or relationally attracted to both men and women, or who identifies as a member of the bisexual community. Also referred to as “bi-affectionate” or “bi.”
Cisgender: A term for individuals whose gender identity generally matches with that assigned for their physical sex. In other words, a person who does not identify as transgender. Derived from the Latin root “cis,” meaning “on the same side.”
Closeted: Used as slang for the state of not publicizing one’s sexual/gender identity, keeping it private, living an outwardly heterosexual/cisgender life while identifying as LGBT, or not being forthcoming about one’s identity. At times, being in the closet also means not wanting to admit one’s identity to oneself.
Coming Out: To disclose one sexual identity or gender identity. It can mean telling others or it can refer an internal process of coming to terms with one’s identity. In some situations, a heterosexual ally may feel the need to come out about her or his identity.
Crossdresser: Individual who dresses in clothing usually associated with a sex that differs from the one assigned at birth. This is done for a variety of personal reasons. Crossdressing is not indicative of sexual orientation. This term replaces the sometimes pejorative term transvestite.
Demisexual: A person who may experience sexual attraction after a strong emotional attachment is formed. May be seen as falling on the asexual spectrum.
Drag: A public performance that involves playing with gender norms and expectations. Often refers to a man who wears women’s clothing (a drag queen), or a woman who wears men’s clothing (a drag king).
FTM: Female-to-male transsexual or transgender person. Probably identifies as a trans man. Someone assigned female at birth who identifies on the male spectrum.
Gay Male: A man who is emotionally, romantically, sexually, affectionately, or relationally attracted to other men, or who identifies as a member of the gay community. At times, “gay” is used to refer to all people, regardless of gender, who have their primary sexual and or romantic attractions to people of the same gender. “Gay” is an adjective (not a noun) as in “He is a gay man.”
Gender: A socially constructed system of classification that ascribes qualities of femininity and masculinity to people. The attributes of gender can change over time and differ between cultures. Terms for gender identity include woman, man, genderqueer, and agender.
Gender Confirmation Surgery (GCS): The procedures that some trans individuals might undergo so their external bodies can better reflect their internal gender identities. Other names involve sexual reassignment surgery and gender affirmation surgery. These procedures may be called “top surgery” (e.g. reshaping a chest or providing breast augmentation) and “bottom surgery” (e.g. reshaping genitals).
Gender Expression: How one expresses oneself externally, in terms of dress, speech, and mannerisms that society characterizes as “masculine” or “feminine.”
Genderfluid: A person who shifts in gender identity and/or gender expression. May be a gender identity itself. Refers to the fluidity of identity.
Gender Identity: A person’s internal sense of their own gender. Cisgender, transgender, man, woman, and genderqueer are all examples of gender identities.
Genderism: The belief that there are, and should be, only two genders and that one’s gender is inevitably tied to one’s assigned sex.
Gender Non-Conforming: A person who does not subscribe to gender expressions or roles expected of them by society.
Genderqueer: A person whose gender identity and/or gender expression falls outside of the masculine/feminine gender binary.
Heteronormativity: Processes through which social institutions and policies reinforce the notion that there are only two possibilities for sex, gender, and sexual attraction: male/masculine/attracted to women and female/feminine/attracted to men.
Heterosexism: Norms and behaviors that result from the assumption that all people are or should be heterosexual. This system of oppression assumes that heterosexuality is inherently normal and superior and negates LGBTQ peoples’ lives and relationships.
Heterosexual: A person who is emotionally, romantically, sexually, affectionately, or relationally attracted to members of a different sex. Often called a straight person.
Homophobia: Fear of, hatred of, or discomfort with people who love and sexually desire members of the same sex. Homophobic reactions often lead to intolerance, bigotry, and violence against anyone not acting within socio-cultural norms of heterosexuality. Because most LGBTQ people are raised in the same society as heterosexuals, they learn the same beliefs and stereotypes prevalent in the dominant society, leading to a phenomenon known as internalized homophobia.
Homosexual: The clinical term, coined in the field of psychology, for people with a same-sex sexual attraction. The word is often associated with the idea that same-sex attractions are a mental disorder, and is therefore offensive to some people.
Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT): The process by which trans individuals choose to take a prescription of artificial hormones. For trans women, that may include estrogen as well as testosterone-blockers. For trans men, testosterone, or T.
Intersex: Term used for a variety of medical conditions in which a person is born with chromosomes, genitalia, and/or secondary sexual characteristics that are inconsistent with the typical definition of a male or female body. The term differences of sex development (DSD) also describes these conditions. Replaces the inaccurate term “hermaphrodite.”
Lesbian: A woman who is emotionally, romantically, sexually, affectionately, or relationally attracted to other women, or someone who identifies as part of the lesbian community. Bisexual women may or may not feel included by this term.
LGBTQIAA: Abbreviation for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual and Ally. An umbrella term that is used to refer to the community as a whole. Often shortened to LGBT or LGBTQ, but not as a means to exclude other identities.
Lifestyle: A word often used outside the LGBTQ community to describe life as an LGBTQ person, e.g. “the homosexual lifestyle.” Many people find this word inappropriate because it trivializes identity, implies that sexual orientation is a choice, and ignores the variety of lifestyles that LGBTQ people live.
Mono-amorous: The state or practice of having a single romantic relationship during a period of time.
MSM: An abbreviation for men who have sex with men. This term emphasizes the behavior, rather than the identities of the individuals involved.
MTF: Male-to-female transsexual or transgender person. Probably known as a trans woman. Someone assigned male at birth who identifies on the female spectrum.
Non-binary: An umbrella term describing anyone whose gender identity falls outside the binary of woman/man.
Omnigender: Possessing all genders. The term is specifically used to refute the concept of only two genders.
Pangender: Exhibiting characteristics of multiple genders; deliberately refuting the concept of only two genders.
Pansexual: A person who is emotionally, romantically, sexually, affectionately, or relationally attracted to people regardless of their gender identity or biological sex. Use of the term often signals a repudiation of the concept of binary sexes (a concept implied by “bisexual”).
Polyamorous: The state or practice of having more than one romantic relationship during a period of time.
Queer: Term describing people who have a non-normative gender identity, sexual orientation, or sexual anatomy — can include lesbians, gay men, bisexual people, transgender people, and a host of other identities. Since the term is sometimes used as a slur, it has a negative connotation for some LGBT people; nevertheless, others have reclaimed it and feel comfortable using it to describe themselves.
Questioning: Refers to individuals who are in the process examining their sexual orientation and/or gender identity.
Romantic Orientation: A way of characterizing one’s attraction to other people characterized by the expression or non-expression of love/romance/non-sexual interaction. People use a variety of labels to describe their romantic orientation, including aromantic, homoromantic, and heteroromantic.
Same-Gender Loving (SGL): How some African Americans prefer to describe their sexual orientation, seeing “gay” and “lesbian” as primarily white terms. “Same-sex loving” is also in use.
Sex: A biological term dividing a species into male or female, usually on the basis of sex chromosomes (XX = female, XY = male); hormone levels, secondary sex characteristics, and internal and external genitalia may also be considered criteria. Terms to describe sex include female, male, and intersex.
Sexuality: The complex range of components which make us sexual beings; includes emotional, physical, and sexual aspects, as well as self-identification (including sexual orientation and gender), behavioral preferences and practices, fantasies, and feelings of affection and emotional affinity.
Sexual Fluidity: The concept that sexual orientation can vary across the lifespan and in different contexts. This does not mean that it can be changed through volition or therapy.
Sexual Orientation: An enduring emotional, romantic, sexual, and/or affectional attraction. Terms include gay, lesbian, heterosexual, bisexual, pansexual, and asexual. Sexual orientation is fluid, and people use a variety of labels to describe their own.
SGM: An abbreviation for sexual and gender minorities. Used as an umbrella term rather than as an identity for a specific person, particularly in international contexts.
SOGI: An abbreviation for sexual orientation and gender identity.
Stealth: A description for people who, after beginning their transition and living as their preferred genders, do not readily tell others about their pasts, specifically their birth-assigned genders. Others may choose to be more or less open about their trans statuses.
Third Gender: A term for those who belong to a gender category not recognized in the Western binary. For example, Native American two-spirit people, hijra in India, kathoeys in Thailand, and travestis in Brazil. Recognizes that people’s identities are specific to their culture.
Transgender: An umbrella term for those individuals whose gender identity does not match with that assigned for their physical sex. Includes, among others, transsexuals, genderqueer people, and crossdressers. In its general sense, it refers to anyone whose behavior or identity falls outside of stereotypical expectations for their gender. Transgender people may identify as straight, gay, bisexual, or some other sexual orientation. Sometimes shortened as trans or trans*.
Transition: An individualized process by which transsexual and transgender people move from living as one gender to living as another gender. There are three general aspects to transitioning: social (e.g. name, pronouns), medical (e.g. hormones, surgery), and legal (e.g. gender marker and name change). Each path through transition is unique to the individual.
Transsexual: Term referring to a person whose gender identity consistently differs from what is culturally associated with his/her biological sex at birth. Some choose to physically change their body so it matches their gender identity. Use caution with this term as many trans people do not identify with it.
Transphobia: Fear of, hatred of, or discomfort with people who are transgender or otherwise gender non-normative.
Two-Spirit: Contemporary term chosen to describe certain Native American and Canadian First Nation people who identify with a third gender, implying a masculine and a feminine spirit in one body. Replaces the problematic term berdache.
WSW: An abbreviation for women who have sex with women. This term emphasizes the behavior, rather than the identities of the individuals involved.
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