HERALD NET -- June 4 -- Last month Chemistry.com took on eHarmony with ads featuring men and women wondering why their applications were rejected by eHarmony. The ads note that eHarmony has rejected more than 1 million people who are "looking for love." eHarmony tried to get the commercials pulled. eHarmony acknowledges that it has, in fact, rejected 1 million people. Marrieds, under 21s, inconsistent answerers, those under 60 who've been married more than four times, and anyone who might suffer from severe depression. And, gay people are turned away. Now, a Northern California woman sued the dating service, alleging it discriminates against gays. The site must either serve everyone, or quit pretending that it does.