In one Instagram post promoting free premium account benefits for members of the military, Righter juxtaposes pictures of migrants waiting at a border wall (caption: “ACCESS DENIED”) with soldiers stringing barbed wire (“FREE BENEFITS”).Lawton’s app has some unusual rules as far as dating sites go.Men can be reported if they don’t pay for the first date.Lawton also insists Righter is “not a sex app,” and wants users to hurry and meet up.One of the principal knocks against Internet dating is that, similar to the more archaic practice of placing ads for oneself in the Personals section of a local newspaper, it takes some of the “romance” out of romance – the strange, serendipitous turns that so many people feel are an inextricable part of finding a romantic partner.To an Intuitive type, there may be something too crass about selecting a mate in the same way they choose a product on Amazon (or some other virtual retailer).“That’s not going to happen on our app.” Righter has also taken swipes at some of its competition.In one Instagram post, Righter uses a popular meme format to show Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson looking shocked when he learns that women must initiate conversations on Bumble, a potential Righter rival.
While the more negative qualities of a person (as an Architect perceives them) may take time for the Architect to discern in the ordinary course of dating, by which point the Architect may have learned to accept them (however grudgingly), an Architect may find online profiles to be nothing but a list of deal-breakers and disappointments.
But she also had a surprising secret: she couldn’t find a boyfriend in New York City because she voted for Trump.
“I’m a Republican,” the woman whispered to Lawton, she recalled.
“I have a very nice legal team that will be handling that,” Lawton said.
“This is zero tolerance.”Righter is far from the first dating site aimed at Republicans only.
Are some personality types more in love with online dating than others?