Written by Instinct Staff | Wednesday, 27 January 2010
The eHarmony dating website will now include "gay and lesbian" dating as a selectable category after a settlement reached in California yesterday. The company has also agreed to pay $4,000 to each of the California residents who wrote in to complain about the site's discriminatory practices, a total that arrives at nearly half a million dollars.
From the LA Times:
As a result of the settlement agreement filed Tuesday in Los Angeles Superior Court and pending approval by a judge, eHarmony will add a “gay and lesbian dating” category to their main website -- which will direct users to Compatible Partners -- and allow bisexual users to access both websites for one fee.
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