I'm an African American female. On Match. com, it seems like 90% of the profiles check every race but black. I'm wondering if this will happen in real world dating experiences.
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With online dating, it's easy to cancel out any filters until you get your dream girl or guy. Usually, people will question race, nationality, height, or any other type of physical characteristics. Statistics show that middle eastern woman get approached the most online, and unfortunately black girls get approached the least. However this isn't true at all in real life, and this can be blamed on the filters available. Usually people choose dating sites based on what they want. If you are black and have a preference for white (sorry if you get offended by me using black and white, I'm from the uk so yeah) you can go onto an interracial dating site. If you are religious and want someone practising the same religion as you, then you can try religious dating sites. This could also explain the lack of African Americans. Don't take online dating too seriously, true love can only be legitimate if one has a desirable personality, a large gap in the world of dating sites1