Dating website for liberals or communists
But there's Gun Lover Passions (part of the "Passions Network") and the gun lovers dating community at Kwink: "Have fun messaging, sharing photos and hooking up for a date on the range.Avoid those generic dating sites that don't cater to gun-lovers like yourself." Among others, there's Republican People Meet, which uses a different stock photo than its presumed namesake, Black People Meet.
It's a Facebook page that offers a place for those who find OKCupid to be "too bourgeois" to post profiles. Like Matt,a "27 year old, anarchist, environmentalist, vegan, straightedge, male from upstate new york." Or suzical, a "22 yo cis female anarcho communist." To be clear, it's hard to tell whether or not OKComrade is a joke.
The daters seem to be taking it seriously (or, at least, some do).
There's a great cod-political analysis in terms of cows, part of which goes: Conservatism: you have two cows.
And you're bloody well keeping them away from those poor people, because they enjoy being poor. The government takes one and gives it your neighbour. But they both wander round freely and you can't ever manage to milk both together. You milk both, but then both cows assert their sub-federal autonomy and veto your central authority to drink the milk.
And have you ever dated someone with differing political views?
It's hard to imagine that there was once a time when people who wanted to date other people but who insisted that those other people not deviate, even minutely, from a rigid political worldview had little recourse but to pass out hand-written pamphlets outside the supermarket.Those days are far in the past, however, as there is now a specialized dating site for you no matter your political identity. What prompted this article was a post at the Daily Dot, noting a new entrant to the field.And that was: OKComrade isn't actually a dating site, as such.But questions posted by the site like, "1) Has anyone here ever been a member of a leftist sect and dated/was seeing someone from another leftist sect?and 2) Good idea for yet another Romeo and Juliet remake??? Or maybe we aren't the experts in anarcho-communist humor that we assumed.If you follow politics, chances are you've seen odd couple Mary Matalin and James Carville engaged in one of their signature debates. becomes increasingly divided along political lines, bipartisan couples like the Matalin-Carvilles could become even more of a rarity.