In a profile on Yahoo News, Neil Clark Warren spoke candidly about same-sex marriage and how a judge forced him to open up his website to gay couples in 2008. It has really damaged our company," Warren said, "and when the attorney general of the state of New Jersey decided that we had to put up a same-sex site and we did it out of counsel that if we didn't do it we were not going to have any business in New Jersey — we literally had to hire guards to protect our lives because the people were so hurt and angry with us, were Christian people, who feel that it's a violation to scripture." While Warren, who was at one time associated with the antigay group Focus on the Family, claims he wants to leave the issue of same-sex marriage behind and have the country draw together and be harmonious, he added, "I have said that e Harmony really ought to put up million and ask other companies to put up money and do a really first class job of figuring out homosexuality."I think this issue of same-sex marriage within the next five to 15 years will be no issue anymore. At the very best, it's been a painful way for a lot of people to have to live." Read more here.With that in mind, try searching Meetup.com, Fet Life (see above), Facebook, and Loving More for resource, groups and connections.
There are just a few minor modifications between the two 34-page documents.Online dating site e Harmony launched a version of its match-making service for homosexual couples Tuesday in response to a settlement late last year.The company agreed to launch Compatible Partners after a user had filed a complaint against e Harmony, citing New Jersey's discrimination law.Perhaps it's the flexibility in their gender and relationship statuses—for instance, you can list yourself as 'attached' as well as 'looking' at the same time.Or, maybe it's the open feel of the site that welcomes folks of all loving beliefs to its folds.Speaking to the Star, he said: “No, there definitely shouldn’t be same-sex couples on ‘Strictly’. “Latin dancing is about a man and a woman – not two people of the same sex.