Discrimination Lawsuit Filed Against eHarmony

June 3, 2007 –

Online dating service eHarmony is under renewed pressure to allow gays and lesbians to use its service after a discrimination lawsuit was filed against the company in California this week. Linda Carlson, a lesbian, tried to sign up for the service, but couldn’t because there wasn’t a “woman seeking woman” option. She contacted eHarmony, which apparently dismissed her complaint. So she filed a lawsuit against eHarmony claiming the company is breaking California’s law against sexual orientation discrimination.


Here’s the Fox News story about the eHarmony lawsuit…

eHarmony Lawsuit for Discrimination

Reason Magazine's Kerry Howley Fox's Red Eye Suing eHarmony

Author: Joe Tracy

Joe Tracy is the publisher and founder of Online Dating Magazine, which launched in July 2003 and has been providing original dating advice, tips, articles, reviews, and videos to readers ever since.

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