A California judge ruled that ChristianMingle.com must allow users to search for same-sex matches on their website. This ruling came after two gay men filed a class action lawsuit against the Christian dating website, claiming that only offering “man seeking woman” and “woman seeking man” categories violated a California anti-discrimination law.
I hate bullying stories like this because I know that there are gay people out there doing their thing and don’t want to force anyone to do anything.
Then along come these two gay men who are using the force of government to get their way which reflects poorly on the whole gay community.
That would be like me, a straight woman, suing the gay app Grindr for not allowing women!
No, I’m not who Grindr is meant for and that’s OK.
Different dating sites cater to different people, is that so hard to accept?
If you’re a gay Christian looking for a gay Christian, there are other sites to use. I googled and found literally, MeetGayChristians.com and a slew of others.
Why not support that website?
Instead, these two gay men urged the government to force ChristianMingle to include gays– essentially, they want the website to take their money at $29.99 a month.
This is what I also don’t get about forcing bakers to bake gays for gay weddings against their will.
Every year, Americans are becoming more accepting of gay marriage and relationships. There are tons of dating websites and bakers out there who accept gays and would be more than happy to have them as paying customers.
But for some reason, these people really want their money to go to people who are less accepting of them?
How does that make any sense?
They want them to take their money so bad that they are suing to become customers.
There are other dating website options. Forcing people to accommodate you is no way to bring about equality.
Go and take your money elsewhere.
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