Compatible Partners' users are seen as quite desirable." but, as of March 1, 2012, it shows the last time the person logged on to e Harmony (non-mobile browsers only).In May 2015 recent user login activity was removed from the expanded profile view.Prospective members complete a proprietary questionnaire about their characteristics, beliefs, values, emotional health and skills.Matching algorithms, which the company believes matches people's core traits and values to replicate the traits of happy couples, use these answers to match members with users the company believes will be compatible.On these sites, usually, you will see transsexual pre-op or non-op. But to be a transsexual pre-op, non-op, post-op, has nothing to do with their feminine look.These three different conditions don’t make her less or more feminine.Members frequently discover that the website lacks a stable cancellation for membership or the auto-renewal subscription.During 2009–12, new memberships, retention rates and time spent on the site decreased.
When it began, e Harmony did not offer same-sex matches; it now offers them through a separate service, Compatible Partners.In 2010, e Harmony settled a separate class-action lawsuit filed in California that alleged illegal discrimination based on sexual orientation.The company, which did not admit wrongdoing, agreed to allow access to both its gay and straight dating sites with a single subscription, to display its gay dating services more prominently and to establish a settlement fund to pay people who can show they were harmed by the company's policies.Warren said that he had done extensive research on heterosexual marriage but did not know enough about homosexual relationships to do same-sex match-making, which he said "calls for some very careful thinking. But at the same time, I take a real strong stand against same-sex marriage, anywhere that I can comment on it." Theodore B.Very careful research." He also said that e Harmony promotes heterosexual marriage, adding that (at the time) same-sex marriage was illegal in most places, saying "We don't really want to participate in something that's illegal." In another interview, Warren went into more detail on his own views, noting that "cities like San Francisco, Chicago or New York... Olson, an attorney for e Harmony, said that even though the company believed the complaint was "an unfair characterization of our business", it chose to settle because of the unpredictable nature of litigation.