Dating does not include listings for all dating sites.Well, e Harmony finally launched its dating website for same-sex matches yesterday, called Compatible Partners (a day before they were required too).It has agreed to provide a free one-year membership to its “gay” service to Mc Kinley, plus free six-month memberships to “the first 10,000 users registering for same-sex matching within one year of the initiation on the same-sex matching service,” according to the settlement.A new release by New Jersey’s Office of the Attorney General reveals that e Harmony has also agreed to the following terms: In addition to Mc Kinley’s complaint, a California lesbian also filed a lawsuit against the company in May 2007.On March 14, 2005, Eric Mc Kinley filed a lawsuit against e Harmony, claiming the company discriminated against him when it refused to accept his advertisement for a “gay” partner.Mc Kinley’s complaint triggered a state investigation into the dating service.
Its entire compatibility system is based on research of married heterosexual couples.
In 2005, Warren told USA Today the company’s goal is marriage and that same-sex marriage is illegal in most states.
“We don’t really want to participate in something that’s illegal,” he said. Times article that his association with us is ‘the kiss of death.’ I’m sorry he feels that way.
The popular California-based service has been known for focusing on long-term relationships, especially marriage, which has been said to align with founder Clark Warren’s early work with Focus on the Family’s evangelical Christian base and perspective.
Warren, a psychologist with a divinity degree, has had three of his 10 books on love and dating published by Focus on the Family.