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After drinks at a Brooklyn bar, one of her more recent Ok Cupid matches, a white Jewish man, offered this: "He was like, 'Oh, yeah, my family would never approve of you.' " Curtis explains, "Yeah, because I'm black." Curtis describes meeting another white man on Tinder, who brought the weight of damaging racial stereotypes to their date.
"I think one of the first lines I said was like, 'social justice warriors to the front of the line please.' " He says weeding through the racist messages he received as a result was hard, but worth it."[When it comes to attraction,] familiarity is a really big piece," Hobley says."So people tend to be often attracted to the people that they are familiar with." Hobley says the site made changes over the years to encourage users to focus less on potential mates' demographics and appearance and more on what she calls "psychographics." "Psychographics are things like what you're interested in, what moves you, what your passions are," Hobley says.She also points to a recent study by international researchers that found that a rise in interracial marriages in the U. over the past 20 years has coincided with the rise of online dating.