Interracial dating and relationship
As the woman in the NPR article said, "I feel like there is room, honestly, to say, 'I have a preference for somebody who looks like this.' And if that person happens to be of a certain race, it's hard to blame somebody for that." She added: "But on the other hand, you have to wonder: If racism weren't so ingrained in our culture, would they have those preferences?" https://static2.businessinsider.de/image/59a95f4524884956fe75bf77-500-250/20Tinder released a new survey on interracial relationships.Still, the rate of interracial marriages has increased as online dating has become more popular.One black woman in her late 20s said she met a white man on Tinder, and when they went on a date, "He was like, 'Oh, so we have to bring the 'hood out of you, bring the ghetto out of you! The proportion of interracial marriages has increased since online dating became popular A recent paper, by Josué Ortega at the University of Essex in the UK and Philipp Hergovich at the University of Vienna in Austria, suggests that online dating should increase the number of interracial relationships.
A recent NPR article described the racial discrimination many people still face while online dating.
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Tinder just released the results of a survey on interracial dating — and the findings seem hopeful.
Data from OKCupid, described in a 2014 blog post, suggests that people's attitudes and behavior around interracial dating can differ, drastically.
OKCupid found that, among its users, the number of people who said they strongly preferred to date someone of their own race dropped from roughly 40% to roughly 30% between 20.