The latest person to capitalize on this mythical “issue” by spewing this illogical advice is a blogger named Christelyn Karazin.She already has a book you may have heard of (I hadn’t!The original article dates back to 2009 so it’s not exactly fresh, but I think it’s still valid.The chart below shows how likely you will be to get replies from girls based on race. They are particularly popular with Indian, Asian, Latin and white women.No other information on the movie has been released yet, but the author says the book is “a dating wake-up call for African American women”. I don’t like the fact that these women (and men) are out here encouraging Black women to date outside of their race like it’s a fad, a trend or even a novel idea.A wake-up call because not dating interracially implies that you’re sleeping? I don’t like it because then it makes it seem like women (like me) who happened to be married to someone of a different race did so because that’s the popular advice of today.They analysed the message reply rate based on gender and race.The results they came out with were very interesting to say the least.
So, before reading this, please keep in mind that the majority of the users of Ok Cupid are US based.
It was the author Paul Sweeney who penned, “A wedding anniversary is the celebration of love, trust, partnership, tolerance, and tenacity.
The order varies for any given year.” Couples must make many adjustments as they learn to live with each other from year to year.
I don’t even remember when it started, but apparently, of all of the solutions presented for this so-called “issue”, interracial dating somehow emerged as the groundbreaking cure-all.
But I guess as long as you convince people there’s a sickness, anything can be marketed as the antidote.