But the new search function likely won’t prove very useful to gay men or women — the site now lets them view profiles of the same gender, but does not specifically show them fellow gay users.
“My sense is that a fair number of gay Christians will probably not be interested simply because they’re not interested in giving money to a company that has to be forced by the courts to serve them,” Gay Christian Network Executive Director Justin Lee said.
[Raunchy Prince was actually a conservative Christian who reportedly opposed gay marriage] There are gay Christians out there looking to date each other who could be in a market for a dating site, said Benjamin Mann, the president of Queer for Christ.
The District-based group has 350 members who meet up at events, but Mann doesn’t anticipate those gay Christians will be on Christian Mingle any time soon.
“It hurts my Lord and it hurts my reputation as a husband, father, pastor and the reputation of my church to stay on the advisory board,” he wrote.
The six remaining members of the advisory board listed on Christian Mingle’s website did not respond to The Post’s requests for comment.
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Unlike several other dating sites, which specifically show gay users the profiles of fellow gay users, a lesbian who searches Christian Mingle for women now would end up mostly viewing the profiles of straight women. That’s clearly not ideal for gay or straight users: “Nobody wants to have to search through a bunch of profiles of straight folks who are not interested in you,” Lee said.
[‘I never wanted to be gay’: Christian musician comes out, in moving letter to fans] Spark Networks said Christian Mingle has more than 16 million users.
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