Politically liberal dating sites stay friends after dating
So if you're like many online daters, these cues might help you dodge a bullet on your next date—or maybe make you miss out on a great partner who just happens to disagree with you on politics.
But some of them are totally crazy — and show that you might be giving away more information than you think on your profile, even if you don't list your political affiliation anywhere.
Soon after Obama’s election, right-wing protesters across the country burned effigies of the first black president.
Moreno said that any form of “damnation” against a president is “terrible,” but maintained that discrimination against Trump supporters is “unique” and unprecedented.) Peter Hatemi, a political science professor at Pennsylvania State University, agreed with Moreno’s premise that people are increasingly averse to dating someone who doesn’t share their political views, and that this is partially because of a rise in polarization.
Emily Moreno, the founder of Donald Daters, told me she once had a date walk out on her “before the drinks had even arrived” after she said she had worked on a Republican Senate campaign — and that was before Trump got elected.
“I continue to hear these stories from my friends about how when they’re on these standard dating apps, they’re always told they won’t get a first date.
There’s Tinder, of course, and a spate of other apps like Bumble, Hinge, and Ok Cupid, as well as members-only platforms like Raya and the League.