Eharmony launches gay dating site

13-Aug-2016 12:05 by 8 Comments

Eharmony launches gay dating site

Warren also challenged other companies to put up money to “do a really first class job of figuring out homosexuality.” He even said that e Harmony would be willing to put $10 million up for such an endeavor, although he didn’t provide details regarding what figuring the issue out might entail.

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But there's no dominant player among relationship-minded online dating sites for gay and lesbians, so e Harmony might come out the big winner.Long time ago, “LGBT” was very distinct tags of people who always seen as freaky creepy or even sick, it is common for the public to think need to be apart from most people.Due to the bad and ill opinions of the public, it is unfriendly and inconvenient for gays who are on the normal dating sites.Fortunately, since now people less reluctant to understand and accept, “gay” is no longer a keyword to label people’s personality or character same as “outgoing”, “shy”, “cheerful”, “generous”..just a sexual orientation.At the same time, it has totally become the personal view whether it convenient for gay or not when they on the same dating platform with other straight people."This is going to end up making them a lot of money, and I think they'll be asking themselves why they didn't do this sooner," predicts Joe Tracy, editor of Online Dating Magazine.

There are plenty of GLBT dating sites, and even a few that focus on commitment using compatibility testing, such as One Good, but none with the name recognition or marketing budget of e Harmony.With the development and perfection of the dating market, basically all the dating platforms allow their users choose the sexual orientation after choosing the gender, more apps like Sudy have the better setting which is set up the app to let it show female/male members content only or selectively receive the message—aka mute other members according to your sexual orientation.Besides, it won't take lone when you browse profiles, so that you have the time to think about whether initiate the conversation with others before really saying hi to them.At the very best, it’s been a painful way for a lot of people to have to live.But at this point, at this age, I want America to start drawing together.Will Mc Kinley, who is 46 and still single, use the service when it launches early next year?