The Superior Court of California just ruled that the Christian dating website Christian Mingle, along with Sparks Networks (the parent company that also owns several other faith based dating sites) must allow an option for same sex couples to mingle, too.
This is an assault on religious liberty. It’s the same as forcing a Christian baker to bake a cake for a gay wedding.
It's also an assault on free enterprise. The government sets a dangerous precedent when it forces a private company to contract with another individual against their will for whatever reason.
But it's also just a regular old attack on Christians complete with the usual media double standard. The media treats Christian dating websites as places rife with lonely weirdos living double lives.
Yet, Muslim-targeted dating websites are treated as an innovative way for young Muslims to live their truth in the new millennium.
No activists are suing the Muslim websites to allow same sex matches. The activists’ fight is not about ending discrimination. It never was.
It’s an attack on Christians and their businesses.