While, in the future, I may direct those who tell me ‘I’m just not into Asian girls’ towards this documentary, I may well just stick with my current response: ‘Well I’m just not into racists – so this has worked out perfectly’.Because I’m not really in the business of trying to woo closeted white supremacists , which aired last night.Regardless of their own origins, or preferences, they looked overwhelmingly more at the white people in the room.Another demo paraded sparsely clad models and asked them to give scores.Dating apps can reveal the best and worst of people.Some of us find love on dating apps while others can't catch a break from constant horrible interactions with potential suitors.I’ve found that even those who consider themselves to be liberal-minded and absolutely-not-racist can be highly defensive about their right to express feelings like “I only fancy white girls” or “I’m not into black guys”.
RELATED: The 8 Most Ridiculous Reasons Not To Date Someone Once she turned him down he called her every name under the sun including racial slurs and misogynistic remarks.He’s flaring and pouting.'Shocked viewers took to social media with one saying: 'Is Love Racist has me fuming, racism is alive and well!'One person said they had to rewind her TV to check they had heard her correctly, while others were 'irritated' and 'cringed' at the comment.Where you might once have gone to a pub and found a spark with someone unexpected, you're now more likely to be picking partners from a checklist underpinned by hidden prejudices and delusions.
There was a startling experiment in which the subjects, a mixed group of all backgrounds were kitted out with glasses to track their eyeball movements and then thrust into a roomful of similarly mixed, attractive people.Even though the view on offer was mostly flesh, the choices were skewed by preferences for whiteness and aversions to other skin types.