Right-wing dating app slams Rival’s “33 gender options” in new ad
A right-wing dating app that was recently mocked for not attracting women to its platform, now advertises itself as “the least political dating app”, an app that does not encourage users to add their pronouns or their political beliefs.
A recently released ad for “The Right Stuff” app focuses on what its rival offers – the ability to choose between different genre options and creating a safe space for users, regardless of identity or background. beliefs – to present an “alternative”, namely a conservative bubble where users share the same values with “no pronouns needed”.
After spending nearly a minute of the one-minute, 21-second ad mocking Hinge, Tinder and Bumble, citing “33 gender options,” the right-wing dating app is shaping up to be a throwback to the “normal”.
“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 having beliefs imposed on you.”
“Let’s get back to normal,” the ad reads, encouraging people to download the app.
But the application, intended for heterosexual conservatives. struggling to take off, according to several reports and feedback from users or potential users.
The Right Stuff, backed by billionaire tech investor Peter Thiel, launched on September 30, with a video featuring the app featured by Ryann McEnany, the younger sister of former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany.
“What I like the most is that it’s invite-only, so not everyone can participate,” McEnany said, before adding that the only two options users can identify as “Ladies and gentlemen”.
“The Right Stuff is about getting into the right dating group, for people who share the same values and beliefs as you. You’ll start by creating your perfect profile, no pronouns needed,” she said.
But budding users said they haven’t received any invites yet.
“I’ve had this app on my phone for several weeks now – still no invites that are supposed to be emailed by the creators of the app (as opposed to an invite from a friend). Guess what? My friends are married. Get the invites already. Garbage,” one user commented on Twitter.
“It’s ridiculous that they create unnecessary and annoying extra steps between their consumers and the product. Especially in such a competitive world. Better things be quick and easy or I’m going somewhere else,” wrote another.
“This app is probably awesome, but I wouldn’t know because I’ve had the app on my phone for weeks, but I don’t know how to get this mysterious ‘invite,'” another tweeted.
The app, created by two former Trump administration officials, John McEntee and Daniel Huff, currently has a 2.4-star rating on Apple’s App Store, while it’s still not available for Android systems.