If you’ve noticed a decline in the number of MAGA lovers on your dating apps, you can thank “Righter”.
“Righter” is a new dating app that describes itself as the place where:
“RIGHT minds meet”
They aim to right the wrong (pun intended) of being swiped left on “simply for being a conservative.”
— Righter (@wearerighter) November 8, 2018
Their Twitter is full of tweets about how Liberals’ mindsets are “incomprehensible” and with pictures of couples holding hands while reading their Bibles.
Recently one of their tweets became the subject of more outrage/mockery than normal.
Women desire to be submissive to a masculine man, they can't help it, it's innate within them. RIGHTER is all about the masculine & feminine magic ✨. #wearerighter #love #sex #foreplay #passion #irresistable #couples #couplegoals #masculine #feminine pic.twitter.com/rvQRoD1aIU
— Righter (@wearerighter) November 7, 2018
“Women desire to be submissive to a masculine man, they can’t help it, it’s innate within them. RIGHTER is all about the masculine & feminine magic.”
People cannot stop laughing.
— Crystal Harrison (@DarkSerendipity) November 9, 2018
— diana baur (@raxa20151) November 9, 2018
— Ben Moore (@BenMoore812) November 8, 2018
— Maura (@SadiesAngel208) November 9, 2018
One person thought their description sounded more like something from the BDSM lifestyle.
Stay safe, sane and consensual!
Damn, didn't know you conservatives were so interested in BDSM. Don't forget your safe words!
— crow feathers (@crowfethrs) November 8, 2018
Some found the choice of image… interesting.
The primary love object for your average MAGA incel: a well-moisturized hand
— Gomer (@CumbucoTrader) November 8, 2018
So this is a masturbation ap?
— PermRev (@StuAllen5) November 8, 2018
But others were appalled at the antiquated mindset.
Guy: how do we get women to join or Handmaiden's Tale dating app?
Guy 2: let's include incel talking points
Guy: ok but make it as creepy as you can
— Mario S (@marobb13) November 8, 2018
This is absolutely not rapey, not at all
— MrStripeyShirtPhD (@Mr_StripeyShirt) November 8, 2018
That's not creepy….? pic.twitter.com/gA3oSzMhNl
— Phillybits (@philly_bits) November 8, 2018
"Get on to marketing and ask them to come up with slogan. Something sensual a rapist would say to their victim."
— John Paul Jones (@JPJ2JPJ) November 8, 2018
Sounds like it’s all about date rape.
— VedekYassim'sGhost (@MadVickie) November 8, 2018
The app is set to launch on November 15th—despite the fact that their website still says that it is:
“launching September 5, 2018”
Women are definitely lining up to sign up.