Do you think a business that provides services to a select group of people is discriminating and should be dealt with? For example, should somebody be able to sue Victoria's Secret and win or get a settlement because they don't sell men's clothing also? What about in this case. I'm sure most of us have heard of eHarmony. They are well known for providing dating/relationship matches over the internet. They only provided matches for men looking for women or vice versa though. Is this discriminating or is it their right as a business to choose their own niche and model their business around it? Well they were sued on the basis of discriminating based on sexual orientation. Guess what? They claimed that they were operating within the law but ended up agreeing to a settlement in which they agree to launch a new site "Compatible Partners" as well as pay $5,000 to the guy who sued them. FOXNews.com - eHarmony to Provide Gay Dating Service After Lawsuit - Science News | Science & Technology | Technology News eHarmony to Segregate Gay Matchmaking Site - News and Analysis by PC Magazine Should specifically gay dating sites be targeted for not offering heterosexual matchmaking? So now if a business doesn't sell something for everybody they are discriminating? What do you think? Should private businesses be forced to provide services for every person? Is it really so wrong to have a niche? Personally I think that a private business has the right to market and sell their products and services to whomever they want. In the case of eHarmony, they weren't telling gay people they couldn't use their service. They simply didn't have a service to sell to them. In the same way that you can't walk into a salon and buy a DVD player. This is just another example of politically correctness going way too far.