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Under the settlement, the dating website now asks only for a user's gender, and Spark Networks agreed to add more specific searching features over the next two years for LGBT singles using the site.
The company did not admit to any wrongdoing, but it did agree to pay each plaintiff ,000 US and cover the 0,000 they had accumulated together in legal fees.A judge ruled that Christian Mingle has to alter its settings to accommodate users who are searching for same-sex partners.Two gay men filed class action lawsuits in 2013 against Spark Networks (lov), the owner of the dating website, after attempting to use Christian Mingle and discovering that they could only match with people of the opposite sex.As the Wall Street Journal points out, a California state law known as the Unruh Civil Rights Act mandates that "all business establishments of every kind whatsoever" treat every person within the jurisdiction as free and equal regardless of sex, race, religion, marital status and sexual orientation, among other things.The suit against Spark states that, at the time of its filing, individuals wishing to use the Spark dating sites for Christians, Catholics, Mormons, Seventh-day Adventists, military singles and black singles could only choose from two options on the home screens of these services: "a man seeking a woman" or "a woman seeking a man." Last week, approximately 2½ years after the lawsuit was originally filed, Judge Jane L.