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05/31/2007

eh, Harmony?

by Jeremy Hooper

Picture 19-10After years of unanswered bitching from the LGBT community, the eHarmony dating website -- which, it's worth noting, was at one time marketed in connection with Focus on the Family -- is now being sued by a lesbian for refusing to match up gays, lesbians, and bisexual pairs:

eHarmony sued for excluding gays [Reuters]

Those wishing to get involved in the class action lawsuit must be at least 5'9", a non-smoker, like both kids and dogs, be equally content with staying in and watching movies as they are going out dancing, and enjoy long walks on the beach can get in touch with the attorney who brought the suit, Todd Schneider (ooh, he's a lawyer -- good catch).

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