Dating service nixed her over weight
" According to the government, checking the "no" box could have life-altering consequences."You say that if I answer that question no," Roberts said, "20 years after I was naturalized as a citizen, you can knock on my door and say, 'Guess what, you're not an American citizen after all.'" Parker confirmed that was indeed what he was saying. At the center of the case, , is the meaning of , which makes it a felony to "procure" citizenship "contrary to law." In addition to a prison term of up to 25 years, a conviction under that statute triggers automatic loss of citizenship.Canadian cheaters' dating site upset that its Super Bowl ad was nixed: "I find the rejection to be ridiculous given that a huge percentage of the NFL's marketing content is for products like alcohol" protectyourlimbs: I would think that this is better and cheaper than them allowing it to run for them./Going to log in now..
On her blog, Plus Size Princess, Ce Ce Olisa has detailed everything from what it's like to be the only big black girl in a yoga class (fine, thanks!
But outraged critics said the body-type filter is a form of online discrimination.
“How you self-identify on the site, and how you’re going to be perceived on your date by your date, is going to be a point of potential insecurity,” one Ok Cupid user, Alana Massey, 28, told ABC News.
However, site co-founder Sam Yagan said the filter option is, well, just an option.
“The idea that it is somehow pejorative I think just doesn’t hold water, just by the fact that people are choosing to self-identify that way,” he told ABC.