PAPER MAGAZINE - Apr 6 - When partners Amanda Wilson and David Epstein founded #Open in 2016, they sought to build a polyamorous dating app "by users for users." Recently, #Open was suspended from the Google Play app store for allegedly violating the company's "Sexual Content and Profanity policy." #Open submitted some routine changes to the app's ASO - AKA its app store optimization, which helps with an app's rankings and searchability. The keywords "threesomes," "3some," "DTF," and "kinky dates" were flagged by the store. "We're a small company. We have borrowed everything we have from friends and family and put it into this company," Wilson said. "It's just not okay to basically throw us out of their store and not have a dialogue or any real, tangible facts that we can look at."