Racism and online dating
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It’s similar to how Sarah feels: “I can understand people making cultural assumptions, but in a dating context it seems to be purely objective.
They think, if I have got what everyone 'wants' then that’ll make me look good.” But she also explains that it could just be cultural.
“People have to go with what they feel comfortable with.
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She tells me that she’s noticed many men choosing to date white, skinny women who are either blonde or brunette: “Some guys want candy on their arm.