The California-based company will begin providing same-sex matches under as part of a settlement with New Jersey‘s Civil Rights Division. . . .Under terms of the settlement, the company can create a new or differently named Web site for same-sex singles. The company can also post a disclaimer saying its compatibility-based matching system was developed from research of married heterosexual couples.
Eric McKinley, the Jersey man who launched the case against eHarmony in 2005, will receive five grand, and “a free one-year membership to its new service.” But will any other gay men use it?