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eHarmony vs. Apple

June 1, 2007 @ 8:10am

eHarmony, the dating site run by grandfatherly Dr. Neil Clark Warren in those late night commercials with This Will Be (An Everlasting Love) playing in the background, is being sued in California because it doesn't allow same-sex matches. In one report I read, the company has also been attacked for not helping a guy who was legally separated find a new lady. eHarmony successfully argued that he was technically still married. They have also faced complaints for rejecting men who weren't tall enough.


I still remember back in 1993 when Apple was denied tax benefits for building a plant near Austin, Texas because they provided same-sex benefits for employees and how with Governor Ann Richards' help they fought to overturn the Williamson County commission's decision.

Not only is Apple gay-friendly, but they put all of the important Mac OS icons along the bottom of the screen -- where anyone can reach them.

Take that, eHarmony.

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