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A screenshot of e Harmony.com, taken on May 31, 2007.
The popular online dating service e Harmony was sued on Thursday for refusing to offer its services to gays, lesbians and bisexuals.
e Harmony was founded in 2000 by evangelical Christian Dr.
The company originally started as a Christian dating site and Warren himself is an evangelical.
It has more than 12 million registered users, and heavy television advertising has made it one of the nation’s biggest Internet dating sites.
The company said the allegations of discrimination against gays were false and reckless.
And according to Warren, they're beating the marriage odds.
Warren said that a survey of 20,000 of its married couples found that just 3.9% have gotten divorced (compared to 6.9% of U. marriages.) EHarmony has roughly 770,000 active users who are paying anywhere from .95 to .95 per month depending on the length of the plan.