Michelle Malkin wrote today that eHarmony, a Christian-targeted dating website, was recently sued by a gay man demanding that the business match him up with a same-sex partner. The New Jersey Attorney General intervened and forced eHarmony to change its entire business model on behalf of the gay plaintiff. Sadly, eHarmony has settled and will offer same-sex dating services on a new site.
The only question now is- With the courts on their side, who’s next?
Will Single Muslim.com be forced to carry a gay option?
This website is located in the USA.
Do you think they will be targeted next?
UPDATE: Jamie adds this important point–
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Does this mean that I, as a male, can now sue Victoria’s Secret to force them to sell male underwear?
Or more to the point, will gay dating sites be forced to cater to heterosexuals now?
I don’t know who to feel more contempt for, the complete and utter asshole piece of scum who launched the suit, or the New Jersey Attorney General who decided to contribute his or her part toward the outright socialization of this country.
UPDATE 2: (Friday) Michelle Malkin has more on the eHarmony case at National Review today.