Looking for love in all the wrong places? Ellen has found some great new dating sites that get right to what you're looking for. Enough clowning around.

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Susan Jankowski
161 days ago

Ellen, oh, Ellen. I have loved you for so long but am sooo heartbroken by your segment when you are making fun of people like me who have celiac disease--an autoimmune disorder. Would you make fun of someone who has Multiple Sclerosis? Ha ha they are in a wheelchair ha ha. Would you make fun of someone who has Lyme disease? Autoimmune disorder means your body goes crazy and on full alert. It will attack your gut and shred up the GI system if you ate gluten. Even the slightest bit can send me to the hospital and I will throw up for days, be sick for WEEKS. I hope that you just don't understand celiac and that's why you thought it was ok to make fun of us. I would think since you're gay you would be less judgmental. We were born this way, with this disease-we cannot change. Just like you were born gay. You cannot change. Accept. Do not judge. Do not make fun!!! It is SOOOO WRONG. Use your platform to educate people. We in the celiac community not only have to suffer pain and giving up a normal life, we have to deal with the media making fun of us! From Hoda and now you...it is not right. Please stop the madness! I don't see anyone making fun of people with lyme disease. Ha ha look at the target tattoo. Please STOP!

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MP
166 days ago

I think there's a few different things to consider:
Gluten-free dating isn't completely ridiculous if someone cannot have gluten if they have celiac disease and can get sick. They're just looking for someone to share the dinner dates with, and grocery shopping. Although it shouldn't be a deal breaker if they're not, I think that someone's diet and lifestyle is a huge quality to look for in a person.
Clown dating is just hilarious! It probably was made as a joke haha
and Mullet dating, are we in the 80's? I'm in California and I don't think there's a lot of people with mullets..but I could be wrong!
Overall, great piece just note there's some health reasons behind someone who's gluten-free:)
Cheers!

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