White nationalist dating sites

via Twitter/@sbstryker via Twitter/@quinncy via Twitter/@Freddy In Space via Twitter/@4lisaguerrero Tinder has also released a strong statement about bigotry on the platform.

The name "Stormfront" was chosen for its connotations of a political or military front (such as the German Nazi stormtroopers, the Sturmabteilung or SA) and an analogy with weather fronts that invokes the idea of a tumultuous storm ending in cleansing.

The site received considerable attention in the United States, such as in Hate.com, a 2000 CBS/HBO documentary television special which focused on the perceived threat of white nationalist and white supremacist organizations on the Internet.

Do you think my Tinder bio explains that I spend my free time watching Japanese pro wrestling or that I haven't listened to any music made after 1997? For these folk, I don't imagine suitors like Cantwell do much to instill confidence.

That unease can largely be chalked up to the jarring contrast between the Cantwell of Ok Cupid and the Cantwell of Vice's documentary.

It's about a 36-year-old fella named Chris Cantwell, who let prospective partners visiting his Ok Cupid profile know he's "interested in getting married and having children." The would-be family man is also a bona fide TV star after being featured in a Vice News documentary earlier this month.

It's just a shame that the documentary was about the Unite the Right rally on Aug. Many of my friends have found love through the magic of Tinder, Match or Ok Cupid.

The correlation between misogyny and racism is well documented, especially in these frightening times.

While dating apps open up opportunities for people looking for love to find a match, no woman deserves to be matched with someone who espouses toxic ideas about race and, often, sex.

(Virginia Bridges/The Herald-Sun via AP) Rejected: a cross-burning permit for the KKK in Georgia. Removed: confederate landmarks from coast to coast, including four in Baltimore and one in San Diego.

A violent weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia, has led to widespread condemnation of racism and bigotry.

A profile belonging to white nationalist leader Christopher Cantwell, most recently featured in a Vice News documentary about the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, last weekend, was discovered on the dating site.