The great thing about Pink is the diversity of women.Whether you're femme, butch, bi, trans, Christian, agnostic, professional, into dining out, running or discussing current affairs there's someone for everyone on Pink Sofa.Pink Sofa is different from your run of the mill, meat market, soulless dating site that tries to get you to sign up whatever you do.
And there's some features like chitchat and forums where you can actively discuss all kinds of topics or nothing at all. We make it easy for you to find each other and make contact.
And we even have a free trial so you can try it out and see what you think before you go any further. My own journey is a long story - ask me about it sometime, if you see me online - but I realized early on how difficult it was for lesbians to meet each other.
It was frustrating, feeling like I just couldn't find anyone I liked... Support groups and lesbian communities were not well-publicized, and hard to find unless you knew who to talk to.
Online dating site Christian will now allow gay and lesbian users to look for same-sex matches after a settlement of discrimination claims approved by a California judge, who has also asked the company to pay $468,000 to the two gay men who brought the lawsuit against it.
The plaintiffs alleged in 2013 that Spark Networks Inc., which owns the Christian dating website and several other sites, violated California's anti-discrimination law by limiting options for gays.
And the agreement now requires that the gateway or home pages ask the user to just identify as a "man" or a "woman," instead of choosing between "man seeking woman" and "woman seeking man," according to The Wall Street Journal.The settlement applies also to Catholic Mingle.com, Adventist Singles and Black Singles.com, but not to the online Jewish matchmaker JDate.com, which was not part of the lawsuit.Spark Networks will have to adjust searching and profile features in these websites to include gay and lesbian singles within two years, as well as pay ,000 each to the two plaintiffs and reimburse them for attorney's fees with 0,000."Spark will not change the gateway/home pages to use the 'man seeking woman' and 'woman seeking man' prompts in the future unless Spark also provide similar prompts which allow individuals seeking a same sex match to enter and use the sites without having to state that they are seeking a match with someone of the opposite sex.As long as Spark operates the Mingle Sites, users will continue to have the ability to search for potential same sex matches using the site's text searching and profile building functions," the settlement reads."I am gratified that we were able to work with Spark to help ensure that people can fully participate in all the diverse market places that make our country so special, regardless of their sexual orientation," plaintiff's attorney Vineet Dubey was quoted as saying.California's Unruh Civil Rights Act requires all businesses to provide "full and equal" participation to people of all sexual orientations.The Los Angeles-based Christian is "the largest and most trusted Christian dating site," and has more than 9 million members, according to the site.