West Hollywood, CA (PRWEB) November 20, 2008
After Proposition 8 passed on the November 4th ballot in California, gay and lesbian singles have become highly focused on seeking long-term relationships that can lead to marriage, as evidenced by the dramatic, post-election increase in visits and registrations at http://www.onegoodlove.com. The Internet's only relationship-minded online dating site created solely by gays and lesbians for gays and lesbians seeking loving, committed romances, oneGoodLove.com's overall traffic increased over 300% since November 4th.
With so much national election focus on both equality for all citizens and gay and lesbian marriage rights, oneGoodLove.com's Founder and President, Frank Mastronuzzi, isn't surprised by the traffic surge to his dating site, which some are calling the "eHarmony for gays and lesbians." "Since our launch, oneGoodLove.com has been very well received by the LGBT community, but with Proposition 8 passing and marriage rights being stripped from gay men and lesbians in California, our traffic and registrations have skyrocketed across the nation. We believe our traffic increase is a direct result of the LGBT community coming together to express their dissatisfaction with California's voting outcome as well as their fundamental desire to create loving, romantic connections, which no vote will ever change."
With many gay and lesbian marriage right protests being organized via online websites like Facebook.com, and on sites supportive of the LGBT community like Jointheimpact.com, gay and lesbian singles are socializing online now more than ever. "All of these discussions about Proposition 8 and its unfortunate passing serve as a constant reminder to lesbian and gay singles that love and marriage are possibilities in their lives too," added Mastronuzzi.
oneGoodLove.com's growth statistics for the two week period from Nov 5th through Nov 18th speak to the determination of gay and lesbian singles to find long-term and committed relationships: