“A new study … found that heterosexual couples are more likely to meet a romantic partner online than through personal contacts and connections. …”
The company that owns Match.com, the Match Group, also owns Tinder, PlentyofFish, OkCupid, and Hinge. Together, these websites account for a majority of the online dating profiles in America.
The advertising campaign the Match Group has used to promote OkCupid is even more insidious than the one they have used for their primary website. OkCupid ads promoting polyamory and abortion are a familiar sight to riders of the New York City subway system. …
All of these initiatives are aimed at excluding conservatives from what is now the primary dating pool in the country. This goes beyond the social engineering of other nefarious Big Tech companies and into the realm of woke eugenics.
If competition does not work, perhaps because a conspiracy of big tech oligarchs denies use of the Internet to those not woke enough, then regulation will be necessary.