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What she fails to note, however, is how factors like race can have a significant impact on how millennials navigate apps that are supposed to help us find love.

White, Asian-American, Native American, Latino, Middle Eastern, Pacific Islander and black men all wrote back to African-American women at about a 20% lower rate than they did to all other races and ethnicities!

(Yes, even black men sent fewer responses to black women than all other women).

piece in which I supported openness to interracial partners.

She said: Wow, not only is she waaaaaaay off, but her comment reminded me of the darts that are also aimed at Asian men when they wonder if they’re being sidelined in love.

The opposite gender difference was true for Asians.

Twice as many Asian female newlyweds out-married as Asian men.

This is taken from millions of messages filtering back but what they found out, at least among those people willing to go on a dating site, is as follows, and directly opposed to the anecdotes given in this article. Whether it’s due to talkativeness, loneliness, or a sense of plain decency, black women are by far the most likely to respond to a first contact attempt.

In many cases, their response rate is one and a half times the average, and, overall, black women reply about a quarter more often than other women." "Men don’t write black women back.

Interracial marriages in general have been rising exponentially since state bans on them were lifted in 1967 - but they haven't been rising at all evenly.

A breakdown by race (self-identified) and gender turns up one glaring difference.

Or rather, they write them back far less often than they should.

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