Perhaps unsurprisingly, many of its members are on Team Trump in this year’s presidential election.
The website, WASP Love, bills itself as a place for people who identify with various forms of white supremacy—”Traditional Christian, white nationalism, heritage, preservation, Quiverfull, Confederate, Southern Nationalist, Christian Identity, Kinism, alt-right”—to find like-minded mates for “dating, courtship [and] marriage.” “Finally!
Just like Tinder, however, it's likely to be full of individuals with questionable levels of housetraining.
You might even say it brings a whole new meaning to the word 'dogging'.
“88” is a common code in the white supremacist movement and means “HH” or “Hail Hitler,” as H is the eighth letter of the alphabet.
If you're in the market to find a partner who shares your affinity for all things Donald Trump, look no further than Trump
Others, like Bumble, which launched late 2014, are newcomers on the market.Amanda Bradford just launched a dating app called The League, which is designed to be used by beautiful, ambitious, intelligent people — you know who you are! So Bradford posted a comment under Ng's post and informed Ng that he is a douchebag and that her data scientist will use their algorithm to filter him out and now he would never get at any of those elite ladies on The League. Ng responded by pointing out how ridiculous it was for a CEO to be investing so much time and effort into responding to a silly little wisecrack about her app's lousy marketing, while adding that he grew up on food stamps, put himself through Carnegie Mellon with loans and scholarships, and is in a happy relationship with a wonderful dude, but thanks for making sure none of those elite women on The League will stumble across him! But presumably both women really do love Crate and Barrel, and as far as I'm concerned they should not have to apologize for that, because who doesn't love tasteful but remarkably affordable [email protected] did not immediately respond to Vocativ’s interview request.There currently are only 110 active members on the site from places across the globe. To create an account, WASP Love asks many of the standard dating site questions—sex, age, height, etc. They created it just to show a generic example of what a profile on The League might look like.