Internet raging over conservative dating app controversy

October 2022 saw the internet sparkle up with news and commentary about a conservative dating app +known as The Right Stuff. For example, social media users said that women aren’t not signing up for the app and that its users heavily consist of men.

The site claims to be for “high-quality men”.

We reached out to the dating site The Right Stuff asking when the app would be open for use and what they meant by the word “high-quality men,” we haven’t yet received any response from them yet.

Reports that the app had trouble attracting female users might have originated from a Sept. 16, 2022, article published by the leftist politics news site The Daily Beast. Which reported that the people managing the app are a number of political figures linked with former U.S. President Donald Trump, and were trying to launch it in Washington, D.C from the beginning, among Republican congressional staffers.

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It was getting the promotion by Ryann McEnany, who is the sister of Trump White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, but with very less success, according to that article:

Two Republican staff in Washington, D.C., said many young conservative women have shown no interest in McEnany’s outreach and have instead jeeringly circulated screenshots of her messages to other group chats.

Other Republican staff in D.C.—the sort who boast about downing drinks at the Navy Yard watering hole Mission and claim their pronouns to be “Yee” and “Haw” on their Instagram account—told The Daily Beast the app has an array of possible problems, like liberals pretending as right-wingers and the very less potential of matching them with conservative staffs.

“It’s all of Mitch McConnell’s staff,” a woman Republican representative said, saying on the condition of secrecy because she still works in favour of trump politics.

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