e Harmony's launch of Compatible Partners was called a "shotgun wedding" by the Los Angeles Times, though.
There wasn't even a link to Compatible Partners at
In 2000, we started seeing commercials about an internet dating service that helps folks find true love through a “Compatibility Matching System.” It’s patented, and oh-so-scientific.
The site’s founder, Neil Clark Warren, based the system on his experience as a psychologist, where, evidently, he did not encounter any gays.“It’s what I did for 40 years,” Warren told the .
Gay and lesbian singles need to understand what they hope to gain from their online journey in order to select the right dating site.
The same online dating etiquette applies — be honest about who you are and what type of relationship you seek.
Dating site e Harmony has settled a lawsuit in California by agreeing to end the separation of its homosexual and heterosexual matchmaking services.
e Harmony agreed to open a site for gay and lesbian customers after another lawsuit in 2008, but it did not cross-promote or even link between the two sites, and it kept subscriptions separate.
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