Gay Billionaire Peter Thiel Is Backing a Straights Only Anti-Woke Dating App

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08/17/2022

You’ve heard of OkCupid’s “I don’t want to see or be seen by straight people” filter. Now get ready for “I only want to see and be seen by straight people,” courtesy of a new dating app for conservatives that’s launching next month, backed by gay conservative billionaire Peter Thiel. That’s right — the Paypal creator spent a precious $1.5 million on The Right Stuff, an app that Thiel himself would not be able to use. The app was “created for conservatives to connect in authentic and meaningful ways,” as an antidote to dating apps that “have gone woke,” according to copy on their own site. Though the app only allows for heterosexual matches, according to The Hill, the app’s creators, who are largely ex-Trump staffers, may expand to include same-sex relationships in the future (#equality).

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