Truth Wins Out offered to help educate e-Harmony co-founder Neil Clark Warren about the lives of gay and lesbian people today, after he demonstrated through a series of ignorant comments that he knows little about the topic. Warren also failed to take personal responsibility for his own business mistakes, by claiming that he is “tired” of the same-sex marriage debate and that the issue has “really damaged our company.”
“I think this issue of same-sex marriage within the next five to 15 years will be no issue anymore,” Warren told Yahoo! Finance. “We’ve made too much of it. I’m tired of it. It has really damaged our company.”
“I have said that eHarmony really ought to put up $10 million and ask other companies to put up money and do a really first class job of figuring out homosexuality,” he also noted. “At the very best, it’s been a painful way for a lot of people to have to live.”
It appears that Clark Warren, who describes himself as a “passionate follower of Jesus,” is still bitter about having to launch a gay dating site, Compatible Partners, in response to a lawsuit filed against eHarmony in 2008 for discriminating against LGBT people who wanted to use his matchmaking service.
If Clark Warren believes that the lives of gay people are inherently painful, it is probably because the homosexuals who attend his church are stigmatized, treated poorly, and made to feel inferior. TWO would be pleased to introduce him to healthy, happy, LGBT people who are living incredibly rich and fulfilling lives. Furthermore, there is already a significant body of research that helps explain the etiology of sexual orientation. If he would like to educate himself, we could arrange meetings with America’s top scientists who study this topic. At the very least, we could save him $10 million.
Here is a good place for Clark Warren to begin his education: