Christian lgbt dating sites
Christian dating sites have been forced to cater for an LGBT audience after it was judged they contravened anti-discrination laws.
Christian is considered the largest Christian dating site and had only given users the option of choosing whether they are a man seeking a woman or a woman seeking a man.
Two gay men filed class-actions claims against the website owner Spark Network Inc, claiming it violated state laws that requires businesses to offer "full and equal accommodations" to people regardless of sexual orientation.
The case reached a settlement under which the homepage of Spark Networks-owned Christian now only asks users whether they are a "man" or a "woman".
The company has agreed to change the features of their websites to offer LGBT singles a more tailored experience.
The terms of the settlement also apply to other Spark Networks websites including Catholic Mingle.com, Adventist Singles and Black