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It’s also wonderful for our users who, no matter who they prefer to date, have one major thing in common: they are looking for real, long-lasting love. We believe in bringing love to every Kiwi who is serious about finding it and so we work hard to ensure that our match suggestions are made with endurance in mind.
Men can now check out men, and women can search for women, on the religious dating site Christian Mingle, which previously sanctioned only heterosexual relationships.
[‘I never wanted to be gay’: Christian musician comes out, in moving letter to fans] Spark Networks said Christian Mingle has more than 16 million users.
The company also operates Jewish dating sites JDate and JSwipe; dating sites for Catholics, Mormons and Seventh-day Adventists; Black Singles, Deaf Singles and Military Singles; and a site for “Big Beautiful Women and Their Admirers.” One of the pastors on the Christian Mingle advisory board parted ways with the company after learning it would allow gay users.
Unlike many other gay dating sites, which tend to focus more on casual hook-ups and short-term flings, Elite Singles is designed for people who are looking to enter a lasting relationship with someone special. Of course, it's impotant to note that, while there are a lot of gay dating sites to choose from in New Zealand, not all of them are necessarily designed to accommodate serious singles.
For men seeking men and a long-term relationship with someone they connect with on every level.
The District-based group has 350 members who meet up at events, but Mann doesn’t anticipate those gay Christians will be on Christian Mingle any time soon.
“If the experience is already going to be limited or they’re going to treat this community as just kind of an afterthought, then why?
If you're looking for a committed gay relationship then Elite Singles is the place for you. As a result, many gay singles with specific hopes are taking the search for a compatible match online, where they can be upfront about their desires.
In an email to The Washington Post, Spark Networks said it has no plans to advertise the site to gay Christians, or to go further to make the site work for gay or bisexual users.
“Like all other companies, we must abide by the laws that govern our state and nation,” the email said.
Prior to the lawsuit, the site offered two options: man seeking woman, or woman seeking man.
Now, it asks users their own gender, offering two choices, male or female.