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The site even employs a version of Trump's campaign slogan with the tagline, "Making Dating Great Again." It's expected that the series could focus on some of the site's users, but Goss adds that they would likely open up the audition process to anyone who has experienced politically charged dating issues or problems.
Says Walker: "We would love to create a show that can show different people's positions and possibly bring them together." It's already doing the same for its creators.
To have a good relationship, however, Chrisler thinks viewers gain little to nothing from dating reality TV shows.
In other words, it’s like any other dating show, but with gay contestants instead of straight ones. audiences, just greenlit TV’s first reality show about gay dating.In the summer of 2003, Bravo premiered straight men who were pretending to be gay. You might think that, by the end of a very busy week-long tour, Kate would be exhausted, unenthused about getting dressed up for the cameras. to India—you’re probably jet-lagged, disoriented, otherwise exhausted.Still, Goss said he's excited to be able to take the concept of dating during a complicated political landscape to the next level after the success he's had with the site.Launched in May 2016 by Goss, a Republican, Trump now has 37,500 active users, a dramatic increase from the 12,000 users the site had in early December, just weeks after Donald Trump's surprising White House win.