BBC NEWS - Oct 12 - Whitney Wolfe, a co-founder of dating app Tinder, says she wants her new company to disrupt the sector, and cut back on the amount of online harassment directed towards women. She says the restrictions in the app which block men from driving the conversations are pushing social change.The word feminism has been co-opted and contorted, she says, but "what it really means is equality between men and women". When women make the first move, she says, men are often flattered and behave much more politely. Bumble isn't the only female-friendly app. Siren, a dating platform made by women, allows women to control their visibility, so they can block their profile from other users.