Mingle com dating dating moving to the next level
Spark Networks Inc., owner of Christian Mingle.com, and other faith-based dating websites, will make its services more LGBT-friendly after settling a discrimination lawsuit filed by two gay men.
The dating sites previously “required new users to specify whether they’re a man seeking a woman or a woman seeking a man,” The Wall Street Journal reported.
The lawsuit focused on a California anti-discrimination law.
“Known as the Unruh Civil Rights Act, the state law requires ‘business establishments’ to offer ‘full and equal accommodations’ to people regardless of their sexual orientation,” The Wall Street Journal reported.
In addition to bringing together Christian singles, this site also fosters an online community where members can share their faith and values in a like-minded environment.
The site partners with other Spark Networks properties, including Daily Bible Verse.com, to enhance the faith-based offerings for the online community.
The site serves singles who are looking to date and marry within the Christian faith.
Today, Christian Mingle has more than 9 million registered members.
Not having this money on hand, the woman reportedly refinanced her house and took from her retirement account.Christian Mingle's Statement of Faith is as follows: "The basis for our faith is Jesus Christ, the Son of God, Lord and Savior of the world and God’s written Word, the Bible.