Gay internet dating service
Lawyers bringing the action said they believed it was the first lawsuit of its kind against e Harmony, which has long rankled the gay community with its failure to offer a “men seeking men” or “women seeking women” option.
They were seeking to make it a class action lawsuit on behalf of gays and lesbians excluded from the dating service.
And according to Warren, they're beating the marriage odds.
Warren said that a survey of 20,000 of its married couples found that just 3.9% have gotten divorced (compared to 6.9% of U. marriages.) EHarmony has roughly 770,000 active users who are paying anywhere from .95 to .95 per month depending on the length of the plan.
The interface would resemble a deck of cards, but the cards wouldn’t show suits or numbers. Badoo users aged 18 to 30 spend an estimated ten hours a week on dating apps.
“Nobody joins Tinder because they’re looking for something,” Rad told Time in 2014. It doesn’t even matter if you match because swiping is so fun.” It’s 2019, and people are having a lot of fun.
"We've suffered from the contentiousness of that topic," Warren said, who added that it wasn't about being anti-gay.
The site, which bills itself as a place for finding deep love that leads to marriage, first launched in August 2000.It’s just not a service we offer now based upon the research we have conducted,” e Harmony added.