Imagine how much turmoil could have been avoided by just being honest.Imagine, beyond the profoundly harmful hypocrisy here, the torment of a man who among other things wanted someone to cuddle. And that’s why this story is not just about Makela’s double life. John’s site, Senior Pastor Reverend Daniel Kempin has announced, “It is my grief to inform you that Pastor Makela announced his resignation as a pastor of St. This too shall pass.”The viciousness of Internet mob justice is real and very scary, and unfortunately the trolls will take any opportunity that presents itself to be threatening and abusive. John’s community in the least for not wanting to expose itself to drive-by attacks by Facebook cretins.
The company agreed not only to offer same-sex dating services on a new site, but also to offer six-month subscriptions for free to 10,000 gay users, pay Mc Kinley ,000 and fork over ,000 to New Jersey’s Civil Rights division “to cover investigation-related administrative costs.” Oh, and that’s not all.
e Harmony settled by agreeing to launch a service for gay and lesbian customers called Compatible Partners.
e Harmony’s launch of Compatible Partners was called a “shotgun wedding” by the Los Angeles Times, though.
ongratulations, tolerance mau-mauers: Your shakedown of a Christian-targeted dating website worked. To be clear: e Harmony never, ever refused to do business with anyone. Their great “sin” was not providing a politically correct service that a publicity-seeking gay plaintiff demanded they provide.
Homosexuals will no longer be denied the inalienable “right” to hook up with same-sex partners on e Harmony. New Jersey plaintiff Eric Mc Kinley can now crown himself the new Rosa Parks — heroically breaking down inhumane barriers to Internet matchmaking by forcing a law-abiding private company to provide services it was never created to provide. For three years, the company battled Mc Kinley’s legal shakedown artists — and staved off other opportunists as well.