Peter Thiel-backed dating site for conservatives launches amid ‘woke’ political environment

With politics replacing religion as a defining characteristic in America today, the nation may be as polarized as it has ever been since the Civil War.

Where a person stands politically can make all the difference in a time when the void between the right and left is so vast. A time when neo-Marxism seeks to destroy the traditional beliefs that made America the greatest country in the history of the world.

Even when it comes to dating politics matter for many, and that’s where a timely new dating site backed by Peter Thiel comes into play.

“A new dating app called The Right Stuff is set to go live late this month and promises to be a non-woke alternative for conservatives seeking a date with someone who shares their values,” Fox Business Network reported. “The Right Stuff was co-founded by former Trump administration officials John McEntee, Daniel Huff and Isaac Stalzer, who found from their dating experiences in Washington, D.C., and New York City that it was difficult to find other conservatives on traditional dating apps.”

Dating sites remain a popular way to meet people in today’s digital age, and conservatives do not always receive a warm welcome on some of the more popular sites. This discourages many from participating, the co-founders discovered, seeing an underserved market.

After pitching the idea to billionaire Peter Thiel, the PayPal co-founder and venture capitalist was all in, giving The Right Stuff team $1.5 million in seed money, according to Fox Business.

“Your only options are left-wing,” McEntee told Fox Business, in reference to existing dating sites. “There’s a climate change tag, there’s no Second Amendment tag. There’s a feminism tag … BLM tag, there’s an LGBTQ tag, but there’s no pro-life tag.”

Ryann McEnany, the sister of Kayleigh McEnany, who served as White House press secretary under President Trump, is the spokesperson for The Right Stuff.

In a promotional video, she explains that the site is invite-only and free to use. There is also a premium option for “ladies” who entice a few friends to join, and “gentlemen” may access the premium option for a tidy $9.99 monthly fee — which may tip a hand on the male-female ratio on dating sites.

“And by the way,” McEnany said, “those are the only two options: Ladies and gentlemen.”

There is currently no option for gay or lesbian conservatives to note their sexual preferences, but that has not been ruled out as a future possibility.

The dating sight prompted plenty of stereotyping from the left — and they call conservatives racist:

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