A total of 53% of US participants admitted to having lied in their online dating profile.
Women apparently lied more than men, with the most common dishonesties being about looks.
While it’s unclear how many real people use the site, Trump.
Dating now describes itself as “mega-viral,” and at least some of the profiles look authentic.
While Trump is certainly loathed by many gay rights supporters, mainly for policies rolling back freedoms and protections of transgender people, he definitely has gay fans.
He has even embraced them on occasion — giving a shout out to the “LGBTQ community” in his Republican National Convention speech, for example. Dating, which is not the only conservative matchmaking site to exclude people who aren’t straight.
Like, what are we to make of kyschyanne, a 21-year-old user from Garland, Tex., whose bio line is “white power”?
To be fair, the site’s user base may be distorted by all the attention it’s received as a result of Riddleberger’s criminal history. The Post had trouble getting the site’s preferences to work correctly.
The Washington Post, among others, had to make a fake user profile to find kyschyanne. Or hailxxxy — “I love trump with a dying passion.” Pink News, an LGBT site annoyed by the site’s exclusion of LGBT people, went exploring with its own fake account and found a match named “Gayintruder555,” which it figured was a troll. It kept offering us page after page of white people, even after we’d asked to match only with “Thai women,” which for some reason is its own special category in the ethnicity menu.
C., where he and his wife are active in local Republican politics.
He was accused of videotaping himself having sex with a 15-year-old when he was 25, according to the Greensboro News & Record. Dating’s spokesman, as mentioned above, gave his name as Sean Mc Grossler. 5 launch announcement on the Daily Caller originally listed the site’s founder and owner as Sean Mc Grossier, with an “i,” though it was sometimes spelled as Mc Grossler in the same advertisement.