Chemistry.com Publicly Attacks eHarmony

(Online Dating News Blog) Chemistry.com yesterday issued a press release attacking eHarmony over its past stance on same-sex matches. Chemistry.com also warned gays and lesbians that eHarmony’s upcoming same-sex matching service, which arose from a settlement agreement with the State of New Jersey, sends gays and lesbians to another site, still refusing access to eHarmony’s core service.

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And who can ever forget Chemistry.com’s infamous “Still Gay?” ad (directly below) from several years ago?


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  1. Looks like I am reading this post too late. When I click play the video says it has been removed by the user. Wonder if there was some sort of legal squabble about it?

  2. Ok, we fixed the problem by linking to another listing of the same commercial. Thanks for bringing it to our attention!

    Joe Tracy, editor
    Online Dating Newsletter

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