Rudder looked at millions of OKCupid interactions between 20, involving more than 25 million people, and charted out the racial and gender preferences he found.To do this, he studied how people rated potential dates in Quick Match, a feature that shows you profiles one at a time and asks you to rate them on a scale of one to five or skip them.There are many instances where this isn't the case, of course, but it is currently a reality for me.This is a reality for another group as well—Asian men are also less likely to be married than their female counterparts. That we continue to aspire to marriage—an institution invented purely for financial purposesand look at people who are not married as if they have some sort of stain on their character is the real problem.If you're a black man or woman or Asian man, you're going to have a tougher time getting a date on OKCupid.Users of the popular dating site have a clear bias against certain races, according to a new blog post by OKCupid co-founder Christian Rudder.
Asian and White, Asian and Black, Asian and Middle eastern, Asian and Latin singles or couples who want to date, marry, or make new friends are encouraged to sign up. 亚洲人和西方人的社交网络 • アジアと西洋の社会的ネットワーク • 아시아와 서양인의 소셜 네트워크 The AMWF Social Network is a virtual community for Asian guys and White girls, Black girls, Hispanic girls, etc. Lots of cute and hot asian guys and girls on the site.We are a website that promotes friendship between Asians and Westerners, encouraging cultural and language exchange among members from diverse backgrounds.Asian female and non-Asian male pairings are seen to be common, but Asian men are often left out of the discussion over interracial relationships entirely.As one of my black female friends put it, "Asian men, along with black women, are probably the least desirable people."A 2007 study conducted by researchers at Columbia University, which surveyed a group of over 400 students who participated orchestrated "speed dating" sessions, showed that African-American and white women said "yes" 65% less often to the prospect of dating Asian men in comparison of men of their own race, while Hispanic women said yes 50% less frequently.