The conservatives of the world now have a dating app where they can mingle amongst one another.
The new digital singles space called The Right Stuff is hoping to attract people who “aren’t offended by everything.” The app was founded by three former Trump administration staffers, John McEntee, Daniel Huff, and Isaac Stalzer. PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel is backing the unique dating experience.
The app will launch in September and is invite-only. Only users who identify as men or women can join but will not be permitted unless they are invited by someone who is already a member. However, as a bonus to keep women interested in the app, The Right Stuff will give ladies a free premium subscription as long as they invite two friends. Users can browse and connect with more profiles on this higher tier, and it also grants access to special events. Women who cannot find two single girlfriends to invite will need to pay the $9.99 subscription, the same as their male peers. However, anyone can enjoy the free tier, but the benefits are not as vast.
The Right Stuff is the latest conservative dating app that has made its way on the market during and following Trump’s presidency. Conservatives Only, Righter, and Donald Daters have all launched geared towards bringing Trump-supporting relationship hopefuls together.