Christian Mingle members may choose whether to specify the Christian denomination to which they belong.
Members can also search the site for free, though a subscription is required to communicate with other members.
ating site Christian Mingle must now admit gay users, after two gay men won a class-action claim against its owner, Spark Networks.
But what have those men really gained for their trouble?
Given its design, Christian Mingle has no feature for gay users to find other gay users — everyone is simply put in the same network and must figure out who is gay and who is straight.
The Nevertheless, while the suit has forced the site to provide minimally helpful service to the gay Christian crowd, gay Christian leaders continue to see little value in using Christian Mingle.
There are currently no options for selecting the desired gender of one's matches throughout the sign-up process, in filling out a profile, or in searching the site for matches once registered.