White Supremacists Finally Have Their Own Dating Site As ‘Where White People Meet’ Is Online

The whites-only website purchased a billboard in Utah earlier this week to promote the dating service.
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OK. So you went and got your ‘Make America Great Again’ trucker cap. You’ve created numerous Twitter accounts for the sole purpose of trolling Black Lives Matter activists. Fox News is playing in the background while you read WND and post on Stormfront. Your conservative meme posting game is strong. Sadly, though, you don’t have that special someone to share in your love of all things white.

Well, fret no more, my patriotic friend. There is now a dating site made specifically for you. Earlier this week, the Salt Lake Tribune reported on the site WhereWhitePeopleMeet.com. The exclusively-white service purchased a billboard in West Valley City, Utah this week to promote the dating site, hyping free signups and low membership costs.

The site includes the following statement regarding the need for a whites-only dating forum:

“I am sure some of you are wondering about the concept and need for a dating website titled ‘Where White People Meet.Com.’ Our answer to that would be why not? There are various dating websites that promote and cater to just about every origin, race, religion and lifestyle out there. So again, why not ‘Where White People Meet.Com’?”

Now, if you are a white gay person who only wants to meet other like-minded white gays, well you’re out of luck. Apparently, the site only caters to the heterosexual crowd. However, it does seem to allow extramarital hookups, so for those white nationalists looking to get a little on the side, Happy New Year’s to you!

According to the New York Daily News, Salt Lake NAACP President Jeanetta Williams stated that while she didn’t find the billboard to be particularly hostile to people of color in the area, she did find it odd that Utah, of all places, would have a need for a whites-only dating service. Y’know, since 91% of the state’s population is white.

Both the Salt Lake Tribune and Utah news channel Fox13 have attempted to contact the site owners without much luck. Fox13 received an emailed response from the support team saying that everyone is out of the office until Monday due to the holidays and that all questions will be answered at that time.


Image via Salt Lake Tribune

Justin Baragona is the editor and publisher of Contemptor. Prior to starting the site, he worked on the editorial staff of PoliticusUSA. During that time, he had his work quoted by USA Today and BBC News, among others. Justin began his published career as a political writer for 411Mania. He currently resides in St. Louis, MO with his wife and pets.
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