A 31-year-old female official is quoted as saying her experience with dating apps usually ends badly “very, very frequently,” with one possible match asking her: “Do you rip babies from their mothers and then send them to Mexico?
” after he learned she worked in the administration.
It’s right there in the bio,” she said, referring to the seemingly ubiquitous “Trump supporters swipe left.”Even e Harmony, which was once known as a more conservative Christian-oriented site, has become more mainstream in recent years.
It has the same number of Christian users as non-Christian users, according to its chief executive officer, Grant Langston.
Compare this to 1960, when only 4% of Republicans and Democrats said they would be displeased if their son or daughter married someone of the opposite party.
A survey of its users by Ok Cupid in 2017 found that 83% thought how someone feels about Donald Trump was important, and 74% felt that support of Donald Trump was a dealbreaker in dating.
Some of the people behind these conservative apps think liberals who refuse to date conservatives are doing something more destructive than looking for partners who share their values.
To them, it amounts to anti-conservative discrimination.But like Ok Cupid, e Harmony has seen the number of users willing to date people of other political stripes shrink dramatically.“I think there is some debate as to whether it is even possible, now, to mix people who are passionate about politics and on different sides of the fence,” he said.Women desire to be submissive to a masculine man, they can’t help it, it’s innate within them.RIGHTER is all about the masculine & feminine magic ✨.And for many single people out there now, Republican positions which slight women and scapegoat people of color, as part of an overall support of the Trump presidency, is a level of stupid too far.