Fingerhut, found that “lesbians, gay men, and heterosexuals seek similar qualities in their romantic partners
A Bay Area lesbian filed a lawsuit against eHarmony, the popular online matchmaking service, for allegedly violating California law by discriminating against gay and lesbian individuals by not providing services.
Todd Michael Schneider, the attorney representing Linda Carlson, filed the complaint in Los Angeles Superior Court May 31. In the lawsuit, Carlson claimed that when she attempted to use the Web site in she was “denied the ability to do so based on her sexual orientation.”
Become a Member!
The Web site only allows selections between “man seeking a woman” or “woman seeking a man,” thus not allowing gay and lesbian individuals to use the service to assist with finding same-sex partners.
“This is a fabricated, totally bogus, and I would even say recklessly filed complaint,” said Lanny J. Davis, one of eHarmony’s attorneys. Davis, a partner at Orrick, Herrington and Sutcliffe in Washington, D.C., is also a former special counsel to President Bill Clinton.
Davis told the Bay Area Reporter that he’s currently advising eHarmony, but that he didn’t believe that the company had made any final decisions about besthookupwebsites.org/cs/mature-dating-recenze the litigation. Continue reading