After all, churches have been known to sound “blessed clothes” and other items for “donations” and even promise that Jesus will cure cancer and other illnesses.Notably, one of the competitors of Christian Mingle is Christian Cafe.com, which has ties to Focus on the Family, the conservative Christian group founded by James Dobson.He doesn’t think any girl would go out with him, but this all changes when fate drops two gorgeous young ladies into his proverbial lap.Yui and Ryn are demi-gods, descended from Greek goddesses and attach themselves to Aaki.Clients call Ellen at 804-545-3099 or Skype ID: ellenmahloy (Ellen no longer does video calls because video distracts her while tapping in).
I previously published a blog article on the precarious line between false advertising and faith-based pitches at the company.
(If the character merely has powers a god, that's more likely to be an example of Man of Steel, Woman of Kleenex.) Particularly common in some mythologies where Everybody Has Lots of Sex — Greek Mythology is noted for this.
If the other partner is a deity, you have an example of a God Couple; otherwise, it is presumably a form of Interspecies Romance.
(There does not yet appear to be an Atheist to “Find That Faithless Match for You.”) What is clear is that the 29th site is not likely to be FTC-Mingle — a site for FTC lawyers seeking mates. is misleading in a material respect” which can include consideration of “representations made or suggested by statement, word, design, device, sound, or any combination thereof, but also the extent to which the advertisement fails to reveal facts material in the light of such representations or material with respect to consequences which may result from the use of the commodity to which the advertisement relates under the conditions prescribed in said advertisement, or under such conditions as are customary or usual.” As I mention in the article below, the company is probably saved by the verb “find” suggesting that the company will only help in a process or pursuit of “God’s choice” rather than certify that the guy waiting at the coffee shop is God’s approved mate.
The Federal Trade Commission is tasked to prohibit “unfair and deceptive acts or practices in commerce.” The question is whether the “advertisement . The company is a for-profit business but it can still claim some free exercise, faith-based protections.