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ChristianMingle settles court case; will now promote gay relationships

Two Californians took Christian dating website to court demanding they include homosexuals

A recent settlement demands ChristianMingle.com, among other platforms, make same-sex matches.

Dating site ChristianMingle, among others, must make same-sex matches, according to a recent settlement.  

Two gay men filed a lawsuit against Spark Network Inc., demanding the company violated their civil rights, according to the Unrah Civil Rights Act. 

The Act was initially established in 1959 to protect Californians from discrimination based on sex.  

In addition to ChristianMingle, Spark owns and operates other faith-based dating sites, including catholicsingles.com and jdate.com for Jews, which is reportedly responsible for more Jewish marriages than all other online dating sites combined. 

According to christianmingle.com:

ChristianMingle is the premier destination for anyone looking to date and marry within the Christian faith. Initially launched in 2001, the site now has more than 15 million registered members.

This article continues at [Charisma News] Christian Dating Sites Forced to Make Same-Sex Matches

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