According to , the site had only 35 members on Thursday.
"That answer is yes, as long as you are at least 18 years of age and you agree to abide by the rules and regulations set forth for all members to follow." The company says it wants to help "connect like minded people in a non discriminatory fashion." A blog post on Where White People Meet.com, based in North Salt Lake, states that the site's staff "won't tolerate rude, aggressive or racist behavior." As of Saturday, the site had more than 300 members, most of whom had apparently joined in response to news reports over the last few days.
However, while they frown on gay relationships, they seem open to extramarital ones.
According to the Salt Lake Tribune, one of the 35 profiles on the site as of Thursday included a person who identified as "married” and whose username referred to a sex act.
Those wishing to join the site can pay anywhere from $4 to — oh, gosh — $69 for a membership.
However, they may have to wait until the website has some new servers, as the recent internet attention has caused problems with accessing the site for the past few days.
A Utah company has launched a dating website specifically for white people, but same-sex connections are prohibited. On Saturday, Where White People wrote on Twitter that users were experiencing difficulty logging on due to heavy traffic overloading the site's server.
A billboard advertising Where White People went up recently near Salt Lake City, sparking an uproar on social media. There are various dating websites that promote and cater to just about every origin, race, religion and lifestyle out there. notes that although gay searches are prohibited on Where White People Meet.com, the site appears to allow users who are married, and lists no policy related to polyamory or polygamy.
"I am sure some of you are wondering about the concept and need for a dating website titled 'Where White People Meet. Utah is heavily Mormon, and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints condemns homosexuality.
For those distracted by the black, brown and other faces of color on traditional dating sites, Where White People has stepped in to solve your problem.
The site, which launched in early September, recently gained traction when an advertising billboard popped up outside Salt Lake City, Utah.
In fact, membership has increased tenfold since Thursday, when the site had only 35 active members, according to the Salt Lake Tribune. According to the site’s welcome page, which features an image of the Statue of Liberty, Where place for people to find their “Soul Mate." "People ask all the time ‘Why White People Meet’? Just about every other race, religion and walk of life have dating websites, so why not Where White People Meet? The sole comment left on the welcome page reads, “Thanks for building this.