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While data suggests that Americans are open to dating a wide variety of people, it also shows a preference to multiracial singles over full-blooded minorities, authors of “Multiraciality in Cyberspace: Honorary Whiteness. ” “It helps in the dating world, if you are part-white or identify yourself as part-white,” said researcher Celeste Vaughan Curington, a UMass doctoral candidate.soooo i just thought i'd post this topic on here to see what you all thought...i'm a young, intelligent, beautiful black woman living in London, UK who is looking for like minded black / mixed race guys to date.Mixy presents you with a range of different people of all races, including Black, White, Hispanic / Latino, Asian, mixed -and even more!And its up to you to decide whether you want to connect or not.i'm very confident and outgoing, optimistic about life and believe that there is someone out there for us all.i've dated and had long term relationships with both black and white men, but for a while have felt that i'd rather be with black or mixed race guys more.From what I can observe, mixed race people never date each other.Barack Obama has a black wife, a lot of mixed race guys here seem to have white girlfriends, and a lot of mixed race girls seems to go for white guys.
Usually applied to people with partial African descent, the rule essentially states that multiracial people even who are even a small part non-white are viewed simply as part of the lower-status (non-white) group.) the last date i had with a black man was disastrous; we were totally incompatible for one thing, but the absolute turn off was the fact that he said "i looked like i only dated white guys!" such a neanderthal and immature point of view..anyone out there has any tips, let me know, i know you're an honest lot!However, in a new study released yesterday, researchers say that in some cases multiracial daters are even more desirable than those of any single racial group, even whites.The study was conducted by researchers from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst and University of Texas-Austin and relied on 2003-2010 data from a major US dating website, which they did not identify.