David Gross, the site's founder, has pushed inclusivity since day one, telling Time that the service was made because Trump singles are so marginalized and judged. "You are not alone," he vowed.
I have to say, there were a shocking amount of minorities on the site. And while it’s by no means a United Colors of Benetton ad, there’s more diversity than I would have ever expected. And the users are on every corner of the world, from the backwoods of West Virginia to... West Africa?
None of the women or minorities responded to my winking advances -- particularly unfortunate, since I had a TON of questions for these folks. This made me wonder whether the profiles I perused were actually decoys for multiculturalism, web equivalents to those troublesome “Latinos Para Trump” signs at the RNC.
And another thing: the misogyny throughout the site was noticeably tamer than it is on Tinder. Not sure whether to grade this is a win, though?