I did an experiment for past two days and found that White men do better in the dating world. I put a profile on OkCupid and took a picture of an average white man off Google images and found something interesting. While I open my own OkCupid in about a week ago I only got 3 likes and 4 views and no messages. The fake profile with a white man I got already 3 likes a message and 3 views. Amazing. So skin color does factor in my potential mates. So now I'm saving up money to find a place where I can get my skin bleached so I can be white too. Then I know I can get more views online and even some messages. Here is one more thing I filled my profile of what I like and what not and the fake profile I put about couple likes and still get more attention and better results than I do. That further proves my point.
Yeah, I do really need to have my skin bleached to have the slightest chance in this dating world. That test proves this. If I were to post my picture on here I'm sure you ladies would agree I have it bleached. Unless your a brown skin woman you will be okay but if your a brown skin man like me you will be throw all the way to the bottom of the list. In other words no chance because brown skin is ugly. That is my conclusion.
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Look, as a brown woman (south Asian descent), I've gotta say we just have to accept any disadvantage that might exist and realize it won't be a big deal in the grand scheme of things since we live in a multicultural society. It's a blessing that there are many open-minded people these days compared to the past. At the end of the day, you want one person to settle with or maybe casual sex or dating with a handful.. whatever. There are so many people out there so you still will have many choices. Maybe it won't be thousands of choices but hundreds, and that's still a ton of people. Just work with what you've got, you've only got one life and it's not worth it to put your health at jeopardy or sulking in self-pity at something you can't really change.
If you think lightening up a little will help, you can do that fairly safely so go for it. It's no different than people wanting a little tan. Consistent use of sunblock, proper exfoliation, occasional chemical peels can all help.
Just work on being the best version of your self you can be, get a nice haircut, rock a nice style and do a wardrobe change if necessary, work on your charisma, and put yourself out there. You conclusion may be true, but who cares? What will that do for your life but hold you back? Unless you can accept it and keep going.0