Move Over Tinder: This App Wants to Make Dating Great Again
Move over Tinder, a new app called Righter is hoping to make dating great again for right-wing singles looking for love.
The app was founded by Christy Edwards Lawton, who believes that “conservative couples that MAGA together, stay together.”
The app, which looks similar to Tinder, is available in the iTunes and Google Play stores. The difference between Righter and Tinder doesn’t just stop at political lines though.
Chivalry and honest dating is highly encouraged on the platform. For example, men are expected to pay for the first date — and women can report those who do not. Likewise, men can report women who do not look like the photos they provide in their profiles.
“Females make themselves look different, younger, thinner, better. That’s not going to happen on our app,” Lawton said in an interview with the Daily Beast.
Members of the military also get free access to the premium app.
“If you’ve served our country, we’re offering RIGHTER Luxe for a 100% discount! That’s right, it’s free! No other dating app takes care of our veterans as we do. We thank you for your service!” Righter’s website proclaims.
— Righter (@wearerighter) January 3, 2019
Lawton was inspired to start the company at a party in Manhattan after hearing a beautiful young woman’s problems with internet dating and frequent rejection after men would learn about her support for the President.
Like any Trump supporter who attempts to create something, Lawton has been attacked relentlessly by the liberal media who have accused the site of promoting “hate masquerading as love” and other such nonsense.
“I have found it astonishing the way liberal men have said such sexist, derogatory insults to me all the while championing women’s rights,” Lawton told The Gateway Pundit. “I have been threatened, sexually harrassed via social media all due to Righter being launched. Absolutely absurd. Liberals are hypocrites.”
According to Lawton, the site has already had some success stories.
“The conservative men and women users on Righter have already been meeting each other, dating, and a direct quote from a verified user, successful 29, year old Manhattan male, ‘I have never used an online dating app before, I am shocked how fun this has been. Knowing that every single one of these women share my values and beliefs adds so much to my experience of finding women whom I’m not just attracted to physically & mentally.’”
Lawton, despite the harassment she has received, hopes her website will help conservatives find the “right” one.