The Right Stuff Dating App Set To Launch In September

The Right Stuff has announced its intended launch for September. The Right stuff is a dating app that has been created for conservative users, allowing users to match with those with similar political views.

The app is free but is only accessible by invitation and aims to allow conservatives to connect in authentic and meaningful ways. “So not just anyone can join,” said Ryann McEnany, the sister of former Trump White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, in a promotional video for the app.

Users will find that the app is similar to other dating apps in the sense they will be presented with profiles to like and, when they match, they can talk and create a customised date to go on. 

Women can get free premium access for inviting some friends whereas men must take it upon themselves to access the premium features.

The Right Stuff is predominantly focused on heterosexual dating but there is the possibility that same-sex dating could be included in the app in the future. Users can only join if they identify as men or women, it does not extend to those who use different pronouns or identify as a different gender. 

The Right Stuff also bills itself as a place to “connect with people who aren’t offended by everything,” according to its website.