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Dating app ‘The Right Stuff’ blasts transgender push on competing sites

John McEntee, founder and CEO of new ‘normal’ dating app The Right Stuff, blasted the contestants in an announcement this week, saying dating has become far too confusing with countless gender options and the dangers of dating. being accused of ‘mistaking yourself trying to flirt.’

McEntee, the former director of the White House presidential personnel office in the Trump administration, who hopes the new app will restore “a normal dating experience” in the absence of woke political agendas, blasted competitors such than Tinder, Bumble, and Hinge for losing focus and bowing to the radical left, ruining the dating experience for many.

“The old ways of dating are dead. You’re probably not going to bump into your soul mate at the grocery store, at the gym, or at the wedding you’re going to attend next weekend. Dating has gone digital,” McEntee said, browsing through an individual’s options these days.

“And here are your options: Hinge, where you’re asked to add your pronouns, and you can be accused of tricking yourself into trying to flirt. Bumble, where you’re forced to pledge allegiance to causes you don’t believe in, or you have to sort through 33 gender options — 33 gender options,” he said.

Or Tinder. Well, see for yourself,” he said, as the ad featured a montage of individuals, many of whom are transgender and one, in particular, who said he identified as male “to the moment”.

“Maybe it works for some of you, and that’s fine. But if you’re looking for something different, we’ve created an alternative: The Right Stuff, where you’ll meet quality, like-minded people, where trolls are kept away because it’s invite-only, where you can be yourself openly without beliefs being forced on you,” he said, describing The Right Stuff as “the least political dating app.”

“So let’s get back to normal,” he added.


McEntee, during an appearance on Breitbart News Daily, explained that political affiliation is the “biggest dealbreaker” when it comes to dating, and the current platforms are “all run exclusively by Democrats.”

“The bias is built into the apps themselves, and I just wanted to create our own space. They made it clear they don’t want anything to do with us, which is fine. We don’t want to date them either. The country is very divided. We want our own place,” he added.



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