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What Is The Right Stuff App? The Conservative Dating App, Explained

ScreenRant logo ScreenRant 8/15/2022 Ketaki Bhojnagarwala
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The Right Stuff is a new dating app designed to help conservatives meet like-minded people, and hopefully, find love in the process. There are plenty of dating apps available to download, and while some like Tinder and Bumble are catered to the general public, others are designed for specific use-cases. For example, the Raya app requires users to apply for a membership, and is popularly known as the celebrity dating app. Match Group, the parent company of Tinder, recently launched an app that's created specifically for single parents.

Apps catered towards political ideologies aren't new, and a prime example of this is former president Donald Trump's Truth Social network. Launched as a social network for Trump supporters, the app is quite similar to Twitter in terms of the features it offers. However, the user base expectedly leans towards those with conservative views. The "free speech" social network Parler is another example, although it landed in a fair bit of trouble for its faulty moderation policies before the deadly U.S. Capitol Hill riot.

Related: When Is The Truth Social Android App Going To Be Released?

The Right Stuff app, as the name suggests, is a dating app that caters to the right wing, specifically, young conservatives. The app has been launched by Ryann McEnany, the younger sister of former Trump White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany. She also stars in the promotional video on the website. The app has several high-profile backers, including billionaire and PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel. One of the headlining features of The Right Stuff app is that it only caters to "ladies and gentlemen" – there's no option for users to add pronouns to their profile. At the moment, the app is only for heterosexual users, although it may include same-sex relationships in the future, according to The Hill.

How The Right Stuff App Works

According to the website, the app is invite-only, meaning it isn't immediately accessible to all users. It isn't clear how the approval process works, but users do have the ability to invite friends to join. The app is completely free to use, but women automatically get upgraded to a premium subscription when they invite friends to join. Men, on the other hand, will need to pay if they want access to premium features.

Once a user receives an invite to join the app, they'll begin by creating their profile. This includes adding photos and answering questions based on one of the many prompts. Some of the prompts include "Alexa, Change The," "Favorite Liberal Lie," and "A Random Fact I Love About America Is." Once the profile is complete, users can view other profiles in the area or expand this to "everywhere". The app also has a messaging section, where users can chat with other users who have liked them back.

After users 'like' one or more profiles, they can 'Create a Date' on the app. This includes a location, date and time, and description of what the user's ideal date would look like. The date can be visible to anyone on the app, or only the profiles the user has liked. Other users can respond to the date by tapping "I'm interested" to get the conversation started. The Right Stuff app will launch in September this year, but interested users can sign up on the website for early access.

Source: The Right Stuff, The Hill

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