Online dating company eHarmony will make its site as welcoming to gay singles as it is to other customers looking for dates under a proposed settlement filed Tuesday in Los Angeles County Superior Court.

Attorneys for the plaintiffs — a certified class of Californians who tried to use the service but found that it wouldn’t connect them with same-sex dates — claimed a civil rights victory in putting the eHarmony technology to work serving gay customers more inclusively.

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