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writer and editor who outed gay athletes at the 2016 Olympics, issued a formal apology and announced that he was returning to the website.
For his disturbing story, Hines—who is straight—set up a profile on the gay hookup app Grindr and used it to trick Olympic athletes into chatting with him.
Acknowledging that his story “did not ask consent and did not advance the public good,” Hines wrote: The article intruded into the lives of people who had a right to be left alone.
For some readers it brought up old, ugly LGBTQ stereotypes.
initially retracted these identifying details, then took down the entire story with an apology.
But Hines went radio silent for seven months, a public silence he broke for the first time on Monday.
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