He opens up to a photo spread, takes a good long leer, and then closes the magazine and shrugs. "Still gay." A big red stamp slams across his face, reading: "Rejected by e Harmony." The announcer says, "Who knows why e Harmony has rejected over 1 million people looking for love?
But at you can come as you are." The dating Web site e Harmony has a heteros-only policy, and lately it's been catching a lot of flak for that. e-mails: "As a gay man, I am outraged at e Harmony's refusal to allow guys who like guys or girls who like girls to post ads on their site.
Personally I get a bit p*ssed off with all the Russian girls messaging me when im in Norwich!
I know im an international player but come on ;-) haha!
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Emily Bartz, dating content manager for Next (which provides independent reviews and research of online services for consumers and small businesses), told me that online dating sites are becoming better at matching you to potential dates and online dating is increasingly being done on mobile phone dating apps."The biggest complaint people have about online dating is wasting time with people they have nothing in common with.Healthy long-haul relationships look the same all over the world, and all over the demographic map.If Warren needs to see more data before he accepts that, he should go out and gather it. And the financial incentive is obviously there—so what's stopping him? In fact, I think it's fair to say that gay men were the trailblazers of the online dating game." So the "Nope, still gay" ad is great. What about the other ads in Chemistry.com's current campaign—the ones targeted at straight guys and gals?Anything which one undertakes to get off of their spam list requires log in.is what you expect, similar to the other sites in that network.Having done no studies on how to identify good gay matches, e Harmony declines to even take a stab at it.2) He says e Harmony's goal is creating marriages, and since same-sex marriage is "largely illegal" that's an "issue for us." I call complete bullpoo on both these rationales.Take the personality quiz to determine your personality: According to Chemistry.com, Explorers and Builders seek their own, while Directors and Negotiators look for each other.“Chemistry Starter” activities can even help you determine the best dates and activities for your personality type.Im not going to say what most people do and go on about how great Chemistry is.Im happy with it, sure, but its no better than the other site I use for setting up dates (We Just Fit.com). The scammers were all "Widowers", mushy emails to me. I said, "I would rather communicate through the website." Never heard from them again. Fraudulent website -- never been on or signed up for or and received an 'interested in you' email from When my marriage ended 11 years ago, I went online. They loved to ski, surf, go to the theater, travel to exotic places, go for walks on the beach, run marathons and read. "People present themselves in the best light online," he said. So I signed up for Match.com, which has more than 21.5 million subscribers. One woman wrote me, "Unlike Popeye, I am NOT what I am but if nothing else I am kind and compassionate and to top it off I am interesting and exciting." None of the women on Match were boring. Philip Muskin, Professor of Psychiatry at Columbia University Medical Center, is not surprised.Anyway, Chemistry will prob always be number 1 but dont be scared to see what else is available would be my advice. What crap....can't these companies be banned for fraud?