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As her anniversary approaches, there is some danger in overstating the impact of De Generes’ dual public announcement: literally on an April 14, 1997 Yet despite those caveats, there’s little doubt that De Generes’ decision to publicly embrace her homosexuality — and, with ABC’s reluctant but eventual cooperation, to extend that embrace to her fictional character — was a watershed in how gay men and women are treated on TV.It has attracted thousands of so-called leftists who use the site to upload a photo, write a typically jokey post and invite others to get in touch via Facebook.A classic comment reads: “I guess I will give it a shot. He did warn me about his political persuasions on our first date, but I looked past them until his far-left views started to veer into communism. A few months later, we broke up and haven’t really spoken since.The site, which is currently just a Facebook page, is a new dating platform for socialists, communists, anarchists and anyone who thinks that OKCupid and other dating sites are “too bourgeois.” Its main goal is to link people of similar political persuasions, and after getting more than 4,000 likes in 10 days, it’s now hoping to become an actual website and app.