It seems like men are happy to look at a Black woman but won’t initiate flirting.
On the flipside, men are spurred into action when presented with a non-Black face.
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We’ve all heard the urban legend that Black women are angry all the time and have attitudes so perhaps this is why men were hesitant to interact with me; but having said that, Eurocentric standards of beauty still dominate our culture so at the end of the day Stephanie’s higher conversion rate might be attributed to perceived “attractiveness” rather than “approachableness.” Regardless of what the men were or were not doing, I have to say that the best thing about being Stephanie was feeling like there were no limitations on the races of men she could date.
Stephanie never had to check if men were into white woman, they always were.
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On the Ok Trends blog, Rudder reports, “82% of non-Black men on Ok Cupid show some bias against Black women.” Rudder goes on to say in his book that this means, “being Black basically costs you about three-quarters of a star [out of five] in your rating, even if you’re at the top.” Rudder’s findings certainly back the lackluster experience that I’ve endured on online dating sites, but even despite the cold hard data, I couldn’t help but wonder if other races of women really get more love.Stephanie would have ended up watching Netflix alone on a Friday night, just like me. So yes, even though there is a pervasive discount applied against Black women online, maybe the result of it doesn’t matter all that much in real terms. The newlywed couple who were forced to watch on as their baby was saved from the third-floor of a burning hotel have been pictured for the first time, as two guests died in a devastating blaze.Andrew and Louise Logan were on their honeymoon, having married on Friday (shown left), when they were caught up in the horror fire at the Cameron House hotel (inset) on the banks of Loch Lomond.