Trump supporters have found they are not welcome at OkCupid.

After finding their profiles being consistently rejected by others, a group of rejected and lonely supporters looking for love set out to do just that by creating a dating site – They plan on making dating great again.

The New York Post reported David Goss, a lifelong Republican, came up with the idea for Trump supporters back in February claiming supporters suffer from a “special stigma.”

“I think there’s a special stigma when people say they’re supporting Trump, because of some of the brash things that he’s said.”

A user and a Trump voter shared:

“Trump is bastardized and demonized in the media, so I kind of keep to myself that I’m a Trump supporter because people can have a violent reaction to it. It’s hard for me sometimes to meet new people.”

The site boasts more than a whole 500 fans since it hit the Internet back in May. Most users hail from large cities such as New York City, Los Angeles, and Washington, DC. However, according to New Republic, a quick search revealed “NO Hispanic, African American, Arab, or gay men within 100 miles of D.C.”

Their plans are to release a mobile app for the dating site in the upcoming weeks.

“We’re not a hookup service. We want to be an actual real dating site that helps people find real love.”