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In February, e Harmony CEO Neil Clark Warren, who co-founded the company as a Christian dating site, told CNN, "We didn't want to pretend to be experts on gay and lesbian couples ... It's a different match."In the same interview, Warren defended e Harmony against apps like Tinder, saying that Tinder was used for hook-ups, not marriage.
is another dating site that boasts a high success rate when it comes to marriages and relationships.
According to studies conducted in 20 — again, paid for by themselves — the site "has led to more than twice as many dates ...
and twice as many relationships" as its next leading competitor.
In the United States alone there are more than 110 million people living with an STD. There are many singles on this dating service who have herpes, hepatitis, HPV, HIV / AIDS, chlamydia or other STDs and who are looking for someone in a similar circumstance to share their life with, either as a friend or partner. Positive Singles has a detailed dating profile which is geared toward someone with an STD.
People use dating sites and apps for different reasons: flirting with strangers, no strings attached hook-ups, summer flings etc.
A Pew Research Center Survey released in February found that among Americans sampled "who have been with their spouse or partner for five years or less ...Positive is an online dating community for singles with a sexual transmitted disease.If you're in search of a long-term relationship and everything that comes with it, here are the sites with the best odds for finding just that.Dating website e Harmony boasts "600,000 married couples who met on e Harmony," and writes on their site that, on average, "438 people get married every day in the United States because of e Harmony." That number comes from a 2012 survey that was paid for by e Harmony, so take from it what you will — but it's certainly possible that e Harmony's reputation for leading to marriage may have the circular effect of attracting people who are looking for serious relationships.Be forewarned, however, that e Harmony has a bit of a checkered history when it comes to inclusion.
The company faced a lawsuit back in 2005 for discriminating against same-sex couples, reports CNN.