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Online Dating Site OkCupid is Teaming Up with Planned Parenthood
Because it's 2017 and you can't make this stuff up anymore, online dating website OkCupid has, for some reason, decided to team up with Planned Parenthood. As if dating online doesn't suck enough as it is.
Planned Parenthood's new expensive PR push is to convince people there's something wrong with YOU for not supporting the Democrat Party's favorite abortionists. It's not them having the blood of millions on their hands (see CNN Guest Throws Down: We Shouldn’t Fund Planned Parenthood, They Kill Children and EVIL: Planned Parenthood Workers Admit Fetuses ARE People. Laugh About Killing Them). Clearly you're the problem if you disagree with encouraging sex talk among preschoolers.
OkCupid agreed and believe alienating half their audience was totally a smart business decision.
We're partnering with @PPFA to enable daters to find folks who support #PlannedParenthood with #IStandWithPP profil… https://t.co/iePf516aYG— OkCupid (@OkCupid) 1505311212.0
Ah, 2016. The good old days where you and a potential suitor would get to know each other over funny anecdotes about work and whether or not you binge watch the same shows off of Netflix. It would take a few dates to find out the worst about someone. Now, OkCupid wants to advertise you're a terrible person with a bright pink button.
Actually, this could be helpful. Anyone pro-abortion enough to advertise their Planned Parenthood crush could save your hours in scrolling through profiles. Usually crappy ones. Your index finger will thank you. #NoMoreCarpelTunnel
Look, OkCupid is free to do what it wants. In this case it's just sending scores more losers into inboxes with bright avatars for people who'd prefer to snuff their own children. That's fine. As a private citizen, though, I'm also free to mock OkCupid and how advertising for baby killing might not be the wisest call for an online dating service, where people are looking for more than just casual hookups. Pro-tip to online daters looking for more than casual hookups: maybe get off OkCupid.