Lawsuit forces online dating site to promote gay partnerships
Catholic World News - January 29, 2010
Eharmony, a popular online dating service, has settled a lawsuit by agreeing to accept gay and lesbian users seeking same-sex partners. Eharmony reached an agreement with the activists who had filed a lawsuit claiming that the site was in violation of California law, which prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation.
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