A friend told me once of a frank discussion he had with a man who had been blind all his life. If I were to sign up for a dating site, I probably wouldn't go with eHarmony. We all want to find love, right? The online dating giant, eHarmony. The agreement was part of a settlement in a California class-action lawsuit. Of course, this decision is not without controversy. The settlement stemmed from a complaint, filed with the New Jersey attorney general's office by a gay match seeker in 2005, that eHarmony had violated his rights under the state's discrimination law by not offering a same-sex dating service.
Lawyers representing the class action group explain that having a separate site still suggests a discrimination factor. The New Jersey complaint is not the only legal action to be brought against eHarmony for failing to provide a same-sex option. I've heard both wonderful and terrible things about eHarmony. The popular online dating service eHarmony was sued on Thursday for refusing to offer its services to gays, lesbians and bisexuals. We contacted several of the Utah-based dating Web sites today, but no one wanted to comment. I have problems with my form of lust just as straight Christians have problems with their own. Any more than I would want anyone to condone my actions when I do something wrong.
A settlement Wednesday between eHarmony Inc. Brooks thinks Compatible Partners could be a winner. The company did not admit any wrongdoing or liability in the settlement. Plaintiffs' attorneys estimate that between 100 and 130 Californians will be covered by the settlement. An unrelated 2007 class-action civil rights lawsuit in Los Angeles, which claims eHarmony violated California law, that states its illegal to discriminate based on sexual orientation. Of course the moral question is: does one yield to that temptation? They didn't, and they even tried to deny that they discriminated.
Then this week it's the auto companies come begging for help when it was their own decisions that bankrupted them to begin with. Bisexual users will also be able to access both websites for one fee. But it's still a separate site. The company said the allegations of discrimination against gays were false and reckless. Under a proposed settlement filed Tuesday in Los Angeles Superior Court, eHarmony will link its straight and gay Web sites and allow people to use both without paying double fees. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. Second, and more important, gays manifestly do not need eHarmony.
I'm sorely tempted to point out that this kind of government-mandated management of privately-held corporations was at the economic heart of Nazi Germany. But at this point, at this age, I want America to start drawing together. This is so wrong that I don't know where to begin. A court date is scheduled for Feb. The lawsuit against eHarmony should have been tossed out as being without merit. . Image used for illustrative purposes only.
And if it can happen to eHarmony, it can happen to any business in America. The settlement agreement includes provisions by which eHarmony will modify and maintain certain features on the eHarmony. For instance, please visit manhunt. Furthermore, Compatible Partners had a completely different subscription system. They also complained when another dating service pointed out their dishonesty in it's own ads.
Fees to the class counsel will be awarded by the court. A friend from high school met her now husband on the site; he was her first match! The website, founded by clinical psychologist Neil Clark Warren, who is an evangelical Christian, did not provide same-sex matching services from its founding in 2000 until last year, contending that the company's closely guarded compatibility models were based on studies of married heterosexual couples. Nobody else should be telling eHarmony how to carry out its own operation. Still, I think the lawsuit is a mistake, for two reasons: first, it once again casts gays in the role of victim. Yet another example in a list miles long about what is going wrong with our country. There are also many gay sites like gay.
The company replied that it might offer gay matching services in the future and denied that it discriminates. The company says it has matched 2 million couples that have led to marriages. Maybe my heterosexual brother should file a class-action lawsuit. Legal news for California personal injury attorneys. We've done a deep amount of research on about 5,000 married people, but never on people who are same-sex. As part of the agreement, the Pasadena, Calif.
Legal Help If you have a similar problem and would like to be contacted by a lawyer at no cost or obligation, please. So I came to realize also that it is wrong to hate homosexuals because of that temptation. After over two years in court, a Southern California law firm representing has settled a class action lawsuit brought against them by gay and lesbian users who were turned away from the dating site. Unless you have homosexual inclination. That interview was canceled when the company learned Warren had spoken with The Times. It was filed yesterday by a lesbian from naturally the San Francisco Bay Area.