"I am gratified that we were able to work with Spark to help ensure that people can fully participated in all the diverse market places that make our country so special, regardless of their sexual orientation," said Vineet Dubey, one of the lead plaintiffs' attorneys, in a statement to The Wall Street Journal.Online dating can be a key way for gays and lesbians from small towns to meet each other, as Eliel Cruz explained in Quartz in June 2015.Christian also has a unique "Readiness IQ" test, which you can take to see if you are ready to date and start a relationship.Your results are completely private and only used for your personal learning. Christian also uses the COMPASS matching test to find better matches for you based on your personality.You can also search based on all different appearance and lifestyle aspects, as well as search who's online now and view Christian Mingle.com's photo gallery.Christian also has a secret admirer section like Spark.com, where you can simply indicate to a member that you are interested in them.You can also indicate your Christian denomination, church you attend, and how often you attend.
You can communicate with any member, although you do need a paid subscription to communicate.
Now, people will simply sign-up as a male or female.
Additionally, "Spark Networks agreed that within two years, it would adjust other searching and profile features to give gay and lesbian singles a more tailored experience," the article noted.
Just like Spark.com, Christian uses the Color Code Personality Test to help find matches that are compatible with you.
We find this to be a very accurate personality test producing quality matches.