ChristianMingle.com, a dating site specifically designed for men and women of faith to find partners in hopes of creating a traditional marriage, must now participate in matchmaking for same-sex couples after a lawsuit in California.
This settlement stems from two men who filed complaints against Spark Networks, Inc., who owns ChristianMingle.com and other faith-based matching websites, claiming that its Christian dating site did not allow users to search for same-sex partners.
Interestingly, there are multiple non-faith based dating and match-making websites available to those looking strictly for same-sex partners, and the fact that these two individuals have attacked a dating site that bases its business on faith is absurd.
One lead plaintiffs attorney in the case, Vineet Dubey, stated in regards to the ruling:
“I am gratified that we were able to work with Spark to help ensure that people can fully participate in all the diverse market places that make our country so special, regardless of their sexual orientation.”
Again, same-sex couples have options that specifically cater to their dating preferences. Why can’t individuals looking for traditional relationships be allowed to participate in a forum specifically designed for them? This is a question that should be raised more frequently since the tolerant left does not seem to be tolerant whatsoever, especially in regards to anything labeled “faith.”. Click here to read more about how Religious Liberty within the State of California is under attack.