“The researchers realize that their results can be depressing, but they also agree with the many readers who caution against reading too much into the preferences of online daters and speed daters. I married a black man, who I am now (17 years later) divorcing, but the point is that I think the world is FULL of potential, why limit yourself?
Yes, these daters clearly discriminate by race and height and looks and other superficial qualities, but they also temper these biases once they get to know one another.” People who are terribly picky in choosing partners online will relax their standards if they spend just three or four minutes talking to someone at a speed dating session.
Is this because most people picture their future from an early age and mixing it up doesn’t quite sit right?
I’m so sick of the “you’re really attractive, why are you single” comments because I don’t KNOW why I’m single.
My sister gets men to commit but you wanna see the state of them – I have higher standards!
I’ve spoken to my guy friends (all Caucasian) and their feedback is: it’s rare that they meet black women (let alone attractive ones) and while they’d date one, they would never settle down and have children!
I’m a bit surprised at men’s openness to interracial dating.
While I’ve personally dated women across the racial spectrum, I’ve only had a handful of clients who ever expressed preferences for women of other races.
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What is it about white women who go after black men? When I pass a white woman walking by, chances are she won’t even look at me because she is already staring at the black man walking behind me.
I live in Chicago, and the stereotype is that black men chase after the white women, but what I see in public is that white women have this stare, this gaze at black men. The multiculturalist and feminist advertising has created a really bad mixture in Chicago; it’s in commercials, billboards, on buses, and ads everywhere, even public service announcements.
There’s this encouragement and social pressure for people to date interracially, especially the white female and black male pairing.