A dating app meant to help conservatives connect with fellow right-wingers is aptly titled, "The Right Stuff."
With the nation's divided political climate, the app could appeal to conservatives whose views differ dramatically from those held by people on the political left and who are hoping to find a companion who shares their right-leaning worldview.
"The Right Stuff was created for conservatives to connect in authentic and meaningful ways. Other dating apps have gone woke. We bring people together with shared values and similar passions," the joinrightstuff.com website declares. "Quit swiping, scrolling and trolling the wrong people. There are people out there just like you."
"Connect with people who aren’t offended by everything," the site advertises. "View profiles without pronouns, your next match is here."
In a video advertising the app, Ryann McEnany, the sister of Trump-era White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, said that the app will launch in September and is "invite only."
The app will apparently cater to the two real genders.
In the video, McEnany says it is free to use the app, adding, "for my ladies, you'll never have to pay because we all get premium subscriptions for simply inviting a couple friends. Gentlemen, if you want access to premium, that's on you." She also says, "those are the only two options: ladies and gentlemen."
"We need to get back to the right way of dating," she says.
Earlier this year, Axios reported that, according to a source, Peter Thiel was pumping $1.5 million into a seed round for the right-wing dating app.
"It's an important, underserved market," Daniel Huff, a co-founder of the dating platform, said, according to The Hill. "Liberals own the education, media corporations, and we can’t let them control our personal relationships."