Trump supporters launch dating website only for 'straight' people

US President Donald Trump's supporters have opened a dating site where only straight people are allowed to sign up. 

The website, which went live earlier this week, aims to "make dating great again" by "matching patriotic and political viewpoints."

It is supposedly owned by Friends Worldwide Inc., a company that specializes in connecting people with potential partners.

The website only allows straight men and women to sign up. (Source: Screenshot of

A statement on the website reads:

Find the America first partner of your dreams.

Dating in 2018 is more of a challenge than ever before, thanks in part to today's polarising political landscape.

While searching for a potential partner on other dating sites, it's not uncommon to see messages like No Trump supporters or Proud liberal.

We're wrecking the dating game and giving like-minded Americans a chance to meet without the awkwardness that comes with the first conversation about politics.

Wouldn't it be refreshing to already know that your date roots for the same team?

Having said that, the drop-down box which appears in the gender category titles "I am a" has only two options to choose from: "straight woman" or "straight man".

This was pointed out by NPR reporter Tim Mak who shared the information on Twitter.

Online editor for the Weekly Standard, Jim Swift, said in response that although the website does not allow homosexuals to sign up, it does allow people to choose their marital status.

Men and women are also given a provision to identify themselves as "happily married" or even "unhappily married" in the subsequent sign-up procedure.

Multiple users cracked that married people are able to join following the example of President Trump, who allegedly had affairs with pornstar Stormy Daniels and Playboy model Karen McDougal while still being married to Melania Trump.

Adult film actress/director Stormy Daniels hosts a Super Bowl party at Sapphire Las Vegas Gentlemen's Club on February 4, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

The limited scope of answers sparked an intense backlash on social media against the website which is in no way related to Trump or his businesses.

Mak wrote on Twitter: "There is a website called, and you have to be straight to use it", while Swift said: "They let you join if you are happily married, just like the man himself!" 

A sign at Little Darlings Las Vegas advertises an upcoming performance at the strip club by adult film actress/director Stormy Daniels on January 25, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, was allegedly paid USD 130,000 by an attorney for Donald Trump one month before the 2016 presidential election to keep her from talking about an alleged sexual encounter with Trump in 2006. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

Some users also suggested it could be satirical. Ashley Rae wrote: "The--I think--satirical Trump Dating site is only open to straight people."

Many joked further:

According to the website, their aim is to hook people up with like-minded pro-Trump individuals.

The dating site further reads:

When Political Foundation Is The Same, The Sky Is The Limit

We believe that by matching patriotic and political viewpoints as a base foundation of the relationship, it will allow one to focus on what really matters -- conversation, commonalities, and if all goes well, courting. Being with someone who shares the same core standards is absolutely essential if you're truly searching for a real, life-changing relationship and we have a feeling that if you're on this site, that's exactly what you're looking for. So, what are you waiting for?

Mak's post on twitter sparked a huge response from followers.

Another wrote: “Build that wall...but not around your heart.”

Makayla Sargent said: "I’d rather date my ex than be involved in this".

Many others loved the website's artwork, with one writing: "I love the wig on the logo." 

Moreover, users on social media who are seeking to join the network must set up a profile and provide their ethnicity among other usual options.

Funnily though, it also allows you to select "Eskimo" - a term for the indigenous people of Alaska, Canada, and Greenland, which is generally considered offensive and inaccurate.

President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump return to the White House following a weekend trip to Mar-a-Lago, on the South Lawn of the White House on January 15, 2018 in Washington, D.C. (Photo by Kevin Dietsch-Pool/Getty Images)

Users are also supposed to provide basic information on their appearance, but also has options such as "tight and toned," "few extra pounds," "big and beautiful," and "big and handsome."

Once your profile is set up, you just have to send a "wink" and intimate persons of interest. The service is absolutely free.

Having said that, this is not the first time a dating site of this nature has come to the fore of social media attention.

A website called Trump Singles was said to have more than 24,000 members on board prior to Trump's presidential inauguration last year, Fox News reported in January 2017.

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