Cowered by a lawsuit, eHarmony, founded by a Christian, endorsed by James Dobson, is going to allow queers to seek "long term relationships" on their web service.
The queers were not content to have their own service, they wanted to destroy a straight dating service. Yet they have no problems with exclusively homosexual venues.
What happens now when a queer sues them because he's looking for a one-night-stand instead of a long term relationship? Isn't eHarmony still guilty of discriminating? Will they be sued and cower again?