“That was one of the things I asked for,” said Eric Mc Kinley, 46, who complained to New Jersey’s Division on Civil Rights after being turned down for a subscription in 2005.The company said that Warren was not giving interviews on the settlement.Wouldn't you be grateful to meet someone who shared your values on children, money, education and God? e Harmony, which has had 20 million users since its founding in 2000, promotes itself as the dating service your mother would approve of.Its implied promise: that in this world of hookups, e Harmony can get you hitched.EHarmony was started by psychologist Neil Clark Warren, who is known for his mild-mannered television and radio advertisements.
During 35 years of counseling thousands of married couples, Dr.
As WND reported, the company originally said it was ” based on the Christian principles of Focus on the Family author Dr.
Neil Clark Warren.” It stood firm on its decision to reject homosexuals from its profiling and matching services.
Then, with the help of a complex algorithm, it matches people with much in common.
Warren's philosophy is as comforting as mashed potatoes: "It is so much better to love someone who is a lot like you," he told National Review in 2005.