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Cuba Cupid is one of the first online dating services that existed. As a result, its website and its users had a long-standing relationship with Cuban media. That relationship is still strong. As the Cubans spread the word of cuba cupid, many media outlets began to follow the story. As a result, the story had a huge impact on the way people viewed Cuba. In 2006, the Daily Mail ran a front page story about cuba cupid.
As a result of Cuba Cupid, the first article on cuba cupid was written in 2006. Since then, it has been translated into 11 languages. In 2010, the story reached the United States. There, the Daily Mail and the New York Times were among the media outlets that wrote about the story.
In addition, the story has been published in various languages in various countries. The following is a brief summary of the article in English.
The first cuba cupid story appeared in the Daily Mail, in 2006. The article included a photo of a man who looked like Cuban Cupid. The author, a writer for the paper's UK edition, wrote: "The man in the photograph is clearly a Cuban, and he was holding a cuba, which in Cuban law is an item of great importance." It is unclear what the man holding the cuba was doing, if he was doing anything at all, but it is clear that this is Cuban Cupid. The article further added that "It's a rare thing for a Cuban to date a British man, and one of the reasons he has been given is that he is not very popular among Cubans." In response, Cuban Cupid told the newspaper that: "I'd like to think there's a certain amount of cultural misunderstanding. In my gay chat rooms country it's not uncommon for a woman to tell her boyfriend to fuck off and walk off with a cup of coffee." The story was published under a byline on the author's own Twitter account, with the words: "I wrote that. I thought the guy was a bit more interesting. Not sure if it's for him." The article then went on to describe Cubans' reaction to the story, which has been shared more than 200 times on social media: "Cubans in a way, are very angry that it happened and the guy is a very interesting person. They also want to give him a job and help him settle down. The most common thought is, 'If he goes to work we'll pay him.'"
Cuban journalist María gay dating sites online José López told me the article made her uncomfortable. "Cuban society is very patriarchal, so we are supposed to be the little ones," she said. "And this guy, he has so much potential for a new life. I don't like gay men singles the way that he is portrayed."
Another popular Cuban news blog, Cubacast, ran a story with a similar headline.
The story sparked a conversation on Twitter, in which some people accused López of being "the most evil woman on earth". Others praised the journalist for standing up for what she believes in: "To be honest, I thought she was going to be killed for publishing the story," wrote one user. "I'm really shocked and disgusted," added another.
But others defended López. "We've all done that before," said López. "You think you're doing the right thing, but that's not the truth. I'm doing it because I believe in a better world. There is no right or wrong, just different solutions and the way to get there." One of the commenters on López's piece argued that her approach was "more effective in the long run than her husband's." In a blog post gay men sites on her Facebook page, she said she did not intend to make light of the issue but to highlight the impact of poverty on families in the developing world. "We can and should do better than we are doing now," she wrote. "I know many of you will be upset at this. I know you won't agree. I know we have too many friends and family members in these places who are poor, poor, poor." López's husband, who has been married for nearly 40 years, says that meeting gay guys online he is not interested in changing her life. "You're going to change your life. I'm just going to be glad to see you happy." She did not respond to an email seeking comment. When I first heard of López's story, I wrote a comment asking, "Do you think it's ok for a rich girl to go to bed meet gay guys online with the poor? Because I think it's not. And I think the rich girls who do this are actually destroying the lives of poor girls. That's what they want. That's what's making this happen." It was an email that was deleted, and it was also the first of many that would be deleted. A couple of weeks after that, a friend of López's from college and a friend of hers, who was also in her class, came across an article on an internet forum, the Daily Dot. "You guys must have been in a bad place," they wrote in a post titled "This is why rich girls do bad things to poor girls." They were referencing a New York Times article that detailed how many rich people around the world, including celebrities like Mark Zuckerberg, use dating sites to find rich women. It was the first time they'd ever read about rich girls and dating sites. The women had known López for a while. They were friends at Berkeley, and they online gay chat met López on a social networking site called MeetUp, where they'd both been on. On the social networking site, the women talked with López about their lives. They talked about what they did for a living, and he talked about himself. They'd started dating after they had finished school, and had gotten married, but there were still a few things between them. López was a lot richer than they were, which made them a little jealous. When they asked him, they said they were friends of his, and he agreed to give them a tour of his apartment, which was the best place to live in the world, and that they would share any information they might have. They did, and López had given them a room that looked exactly like theirs. They said they would leave López's room for the night. That night, López was still sleeping, so they went over to his room and found him passed out. They decided that this was a good time to ask López some questions. He wasn't sure if they had the right room, and they tried to figure out the best way to get him to tell them what they needed to know. He told them he had never been in a room where there were other people, and they were confused. He said he had been in the same room for the past five years and didn't really know why his room wasn't the right one, but he didn't want to tell them why.