For example, Black women were still responded to the least among all bisexual and lesbian women, but the difference was smaller than that among heterosexuals.

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In early October, OKCupid, an online dating website, released an analysis of racial and ethnic differences in response rates. The OKCupid study assessed the responses of over one million site users.

They found that two individuals of any race can be compatible just to squash any doubts that the racial and ethnic differences found in responses is due to lack of compatibility between partners of different backgrounds.

Roseann White, University of Central Florida, Co-Chairs. Hamid Rassoul, Florida Institute of Technology, and Mr.

Arvind Dhople, Florida Institute of Technology, and Dr. The study found that, because Black men were ranked as the least preferable partner relative to white, Latino, and Asian men, their dating pool was smaller, which increased their risk of contracting HIV/AIDS.The OKCupid blog post suggests that these patterns of response rates by race and ethnicity reflect the continued existence of racism in the United States.This can translate into a number of things, including greater difficulty finding romantic sexual partners and possibly “lowering” one’s standards for potential partners.In that earlier post, I referenced a study on gay and bisexual men and other men who have sex with men (MSM), who do not identify as gay/bisexual.Some social scientists who have studied racial attitudes have included questions about one’s willingness to date someone of a different race or ethnicity.