Get ready to anoint your partner with coconut oil–Christian Mingle is getting a little more tingly.
A Californian court ruling last week will require Christian to allow LGBTQ members into its congregation of single, God-loving horndogs.
Under the judge’s ruling, the site will now simply ask for a Mingler’s sex, without the presumption that they’re seeking opposite sex partners.
While bigots may find it an inconvenient truth, gay Christians have been in existence since Jesus first revealed his vulnerable set of abs.
SC: It’s a very simple app to use – the navigation is user-friendly, and the Quickmatch function lets you filter matches based on photo, age and location.The ruling could affect all websites under defendant Spark Networks’ ownership, including JDate and (for the Jewish and Mormon persuasion, respectively).The lawsuit, filed in 2013, alleged that Christian Mingle forbade same-sex searches from its website, thereby violating California’s anti-discrimination law.Business analyst Matthew Oh, 27, is single and looking for the woman of his dreams.He has done things the old-fashioned way: asking friends to set him up, asking colleagues out and striking up conversations with strangers in bars.But be aware: Everything you do, such as clicking on a profile, can be seen by the other person. Its users tend to be slightly older and more established and conservative than Ok Cupid’s. To unlock all the features of Match.com, you must pay.