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Ok Cupid announced the decision via Twitter and followed up by tweeting that "there is no room for hate in a place where you're looking for love".
The site also asked users to report anyone who appears to be involved in a hate group.
CEO Elie Seidman gave a statement to Gizmodo saying, "Ok Cupid has zero tolerance for racism.
We make a lot of decision every day that are tough. I don't think you could feel about race that I do and watch that Kushner b--d walk around with that beautiful girl."Whether it's white supremacists or sexually explicit messages, online dating sites and apps are constantly urging users to be kind to one another.
The personality questions are different on Ok Cupid because they are coupled with the answers you will accept, not just the answers you give.
For instance, a question about whether astrological sign is important in a match is accompanied by a question about what answer you would accept on the topic from a potential mate.
Ms Serota tweeted: “I just received a 500-word Ok Cupid message with no less than three back-handed compliments.“And the admission that the person did some deep-Googling on me and searched Ok C to find me.“This might be the message that makes me shut down my account.”She added: “Apparently finding a normal dude to date is just too much to ask.”In his detailed message to Ms Serota, the amorous writer said he was intrigued by her “wit, eclectic tweets, sensibility and cats” and that her tweets about Ok Cupid were “fun and poignant and eye opening”.“Googling was necessary and so easy…
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The online dating site announced the decision via Twitter and followed up by tweeting that "there is no room for hate in a place where you're looking for love." The site also asked users to report anyone who appears to be involved in a hate group.
After a Vice documentary about last weekend's violent Unite the Right rally in the US featured white supremacist Christopher Cantwell, he was banned from Facebook.