New dating app for frequently rejected conservatives gets hilariously mocked: 'Should have called it Incel-Match'
Two young Donald Trump fans wait to get inside the Trump rally in Manchester, N.H., Nov. 7, 2016 (Andrew Cline/Shutterstock)

Righter, a dating app that debuted earlier this year and is pitching itself as a conservatives-only alternative to Tinder, is getting brutally mocked online for being a dating safe space for frequently rejected Trump supporters.


In a tweet posted on Thursday morning, Righter asked people whether they've "ever been swiped left on a dating app because you are a Conservative," before encouraging them to "try Righter where being #MAGA makess you more attractive, not less." The post also contained a stock photo of a young woman being helped out of her car by a presumably conservative gentleman.

The tweet drew immediate ridicule, as many Twitter users said that the site looked like a magnet for "incels" -- that is, angry right-wing men who pride themselves in being involuntarily celibate.

Check out some of the best reactions below.