If you find a friend or family member sharing a gay or lesbian chat app, you might want to think twice.
GaySnapChat, a Snapchat-owned company, has developed a new app that allows users to block other people from using its app or messages on its app.
It also offers a tool to remove friends from the app if they are being abusive or harassing.
The new app is currently available in Canada and the United States, and is the latest in a long line of gay app developers that have come out with anti-bullying tools to combat bullying.
While there is no official word from Snapchat on the matter, it has taken a number of actions against the app in recent years.
Last year, the company said it was banning users from using the app and other gay-focused social networks because it is “toxic and harmful.”
This week, Snapchat announced it was launching a new gay-themed Snapchat Discover feature to encourage more people to use the app.