For some people, dating outside their race isn’t acceptable to their family and it’s not what's been done.
They’re just following suit.” That’s more understandable – after all it’s been going on for centuries.
And not wanting to date you doesn’t make me racist. “In other words, you’re not good looking enough for me. Please try to find a guy in your league.” Apart from being astoundingly rude, this man (who deleted his profile after I tweeted a screenshot of his messages) brings up the question of whether racial bias can be classified as racism.
Is it the same as just not fancying blondes, or is it racist?
It’s similar to how Sarah feels: “I can understand people making cultural assumptions, but in a dating context it seems to be purely objective.
If you’re from an Indian background you might prefer to date someone Indian.
I only do hot white girls.” She responded by telling him that she thought he was racist, and if he didn’t want to date her, he could have just not replied. “I’m polite and when I prefer to tell the truth to a person instead of ignoring them.
[sic] Obviously you don’t have the same level of education.
Perhaps most surprising is that among men, all racial groups preferred another race over their own.
AYI analyzed some 2.4 million heterosexual interactions—meaning every time a user clicked either “yes” or “skip”—to come up with these statistics.