Researchers analyzed data collected between 20 from a major online dating website and combed through 6.7 million messages exchanged between heterosexual men and women.The researchers were looking for how often Asian-white, black-white, and Hispanic-white multiracial people received responses to messages, compared to people of one race.Meet the idea match at Mixed Mingle, where you'll be connected to our online community of mixed race singles.Mixed Mingle is a place where mixed race people could find interracial dating, romance, love and a partner easily, with a large number of members from all over the world.Curington, one of the study’s authors, points to the multicultural movement of the 1990s that popularized identification of a person beyond being black, white, Asian or Hispanic as a key factor, too.“After those changes came about, there was an increased representation of mixed people in general,” Curington says.Pop culture tends to mark “the ethnically ambiguous” person to be attractive to either sex for their enigma and lack of clear origin, Curington says.
“White men and women are still less likely to respond to an individual who identifies as part black and part white than they are to a fellow white,” the authors write.
by Ok Cupid co-founder Christian Rudder, released last year, which used data collected from Ok Cupid users.
It found that while we’d like to claim we have advanced as a society beyond judging people by the color of their skin, our habits show otherwise.
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