Love Everlasting?

I like the eHarmony ads, but Hubby and I — who met by online personals; you can get anything over the Internet — wondered if gay people were welcome.

The answer is no. Cue facile excuses, exunt homosexuals. eHarmony founder (and TV spokesperson) Neil Clark Warren was a darling of Focus on the Family — now distancing himself. This may be the softer side of conservative Evangelicalism, but I’m betting the softness is to promote market share.

No secrets here; this story has been all over the media. This May 2005 article from USA Today popped up quickly in Google.

Just a little warning for those straight heterosexuals out there who might have thought about using the service, and a little advice: Know thyself and it makes finding someone a heck of a lot easier.

By Scott Wells

Scott Wells, 46, is a Universalist Christian minister doing Universalist theology and church administration hacks in Washington, D.C.

2 comments

  1. OTOH, in match.com you can select “I am a seeking of age…”. You can select your dating online service just as you would choose a church (not so sure about the range of political parties in these times though).

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