he and his wife got the idea to start the site as a retirement business after repeatedly seeing TV ads for the dating site Black People “The last thing in the world I am is racist," the Where White People founder told the paper on Monday. Still others have criticized the criticism as being an example of reverse-racism against white Americans, that ever-persecuted racial majority.Then, because Internet arguments always end up eating their own tails, others criticized that criticism of the initial criticism as being indicative of how many whites just don't understand racism. government itself, this country is still overwhelmingly white.But one group of males fared particularly well outside of their race: Asian and Latina women showed above average odds of “liking” profiles featuring white men.For guys, things were a bit more complex: Asian and Latino men expressed a preference for women of their own race, while white men slightly preferred Asian women over caucasian women.More distressing than the existence of this fringe service is the racism that plays out on mainstream dating sites every single day.
In 2009, OKCupid analyzed how race affects users’ messaging patterns.
You’ll also get the odd comment from racists who just want to tell you how much they don’t like your skin.
One of the most telling incidents occured more than a year ago when a friend was using online dating site OKCupid.
The couple bought the domain “wherewhitepeoplemeet.com” in May 2015 and commissioned their son, a high school senior, to design it.
While an early version has been online since August, the site officially launched last weekend when Russell unveiled an immediately divisive billboard southwest of Salt Lake City.