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Her personality and hobbies are exactly identical to mine: she listens to Beyoncé, practices yoga and is a self-described health enthusiast.She’s looking for the same type of guy as me: at least 5’9”, athletic build, college educated with no kids.As a whole, Stephanie’s online dating experience felt better than mine, but only marginally so.At the end of it all, of the men who had initiated some form of interaction, there wasn’t a single guy whom I would have picked for a date.Their friends want to know what the differences are, even when none are all that apparent. If he says the wrong thing, and you catch wind of it, he knows that's his ass. When you fall in love, it will have nothing to do with your race.A lot of people on the Internet like to weigh-in negatively about interracial relationships and why they happen.Being white took away that extra hassle of having to carefully scrutinize a guy’s profile to gauge just how racist he might be.
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.
Here’s how Stephanie fared in one week compared to me.
Stephanie’s in-mail messages were generally crafted better.
So what better way to find out than to Meet Online Stephanie I created Online Stephanie to see if the grass is greener on the other side of the racial divide.
Stephanie is an unassuming looking, moderately attractive white woman with dark brown hair and a warm smile.