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I think it excludes someone who could be your soul mate and is a different color than you." FOX 13 News' efforts to reach the operators of the website have so far not been successful. There are various dating websites that promote and cater to just about every origin, race, religion and lifestyle out there. We also believe that finding your perfect partner, your soul mate is one of the best ways, as humans, to obtain happiness.Below is the information posted in the dating site's "About Us" section: "I am sure some of you are wondering about the concept and need for a dating website titled “Where White People Meet. Furthermore we believe that all men are created equal (the word men stands for a species, not gender). There are hundreds of dating websites to choose from, so please join ours if it fits your preferences and helps bring your ideal soul mate that much closer.So tone deaf was the billboard that Texas resident Smith Getterman thought the ad was a dark joke when he passed it on a Friday drive through Austin.“Isn't it essentially advertising prostitution?
WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah - A billboard for a dating website along SR 201 in West Valley City is getting a bit of attention, with many Utahns saying the website it advertises represents outdated thinking.
American immigration is not as simple as finding a wealthy internet benefactor and coasting into marriage and citizenship after President Trump’s promised “deportation force” leaves town.
Just ask Melania Trump, whose complicated immigration saga reveals the hurdles even an allegedly wealthy man’s wife must clear to obtain a green card.
A niche site said it was only trying to comment on the presidential election when it posted massive Austin, Texas billboard encouraging undocumented immigrants to get sugar daddies “before you get deported”.“Arrangement Finders” is one in a growing genre of sugar baby dating sites, which advertise benefactor-with-benefits relationships.
The trend has been derided by some as exploitative, hailed by others as legitimate means of dating or sex work.The punchline, the billboard implies, is that the presidential election has made a vulnerable population even more vulnerable to deportation, and more likely to turn to sex work as a means of security.