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Dating Apps Support Abortion: Should We Be Surprised?

22 September 2021

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Dating apps have highlighted their own business interests in abortion by opposing the new Texas heartbeat laws.

Several Texas-based dating apps will oppose the state’s new heartbeat law, which bans abortions as early as six weeks.

“I’m disappointed, but not surprised at the stance and others have taken,” said Ruth Institute President Dr Jennifer Roback Morse, PhD.

“Match Group CEO Shar Dubey revealed more than she knew when she stated: ‘The company generally does not take political stands unless it is relevant to our business,'” Morse said.

“Of course it’s relevant to their business. Easy access to abortion is a key component of the Sexual Revolution, which proclaims that casual sex is a harmless recreational activity. The businesses that make money from the Sexual Revolution have always counted on the Sexual State to create the social climate for them to thrive. Now that the State is no longer protecting them and their profits, they are screaming like stuck pigs.”

Last week, the United States Supreme Court allowed the law, which bans abortion after a heartbeat is detected, usually around the sixth week, to go into effect. Meanwhile, a lower-court appeal is pending.

The Match Group owns both and Tinder, as well as several other dating services.

While presents itself as a tool for finding a lifelong mate, Tinder is an unapologetic casual sex app. The Big Tech conglomerate announced its support for funds that will help women circumvent the Texas law.

“Match Group’s opposition to the Texas Heartbeat bill demonstrates its ultimate commitment to sex without babies. Abortion has always been the fail-safe for casual sex. Any abortion restriction terrifies them,” Morse observed.

“What have been the long-term social effects of easy access to abortion? Has it drawn men and women closer together? Has it made for more stable relationships? Has it increased men’s respect and care for women?”

Morse added:

“Corporate America has embraced the Black Lives Matter mantra. But what about the disproportionate abortion rates among minorities? Black Americans account for just 12% of the population but 38% of abortions in this country. Do these black lives matter?”

“Abortion may be good business for companies that benefit from the Sexual Revolution. But it’s bad for America,” Morse charged. “We now have below-replacement fertility. Sometime this century, population decline, or Demographic Winter, will begin. The more than 62 million abortions since Roe v. Wade have played an undeniable role in that trend.”

The Ruth Institute is a global non-profit organization, leading an international interfaith coalition to defend the family and build a civilization of love.

Jennifer Roback Morse is the author of The Sexual State: How Elite Ideologies Are Destroying Lives and Love and Economics: It Takes a Family to Raise a Village.


Originally published on the Ruth Institute. Image by Alexander Sinn on Unsplash.

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