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Say, for example, that I am asked the question “How tall does a man have to before you want to date him” and I respond that height doesn’t matter to me.If I then only try initiate relationships with men who are over 6’, say, then my revealed preference is for tall men, not short men.“Biracial individuals have greater willingness to date outside their racial category,” Mc Grath added, but they still tend follow a triracial hierarchy where white daters have the highest status; “honorary whites,” a term coined by sociologist Eduardo Bonilla-Silva that includes some Asians, Middle Eastern groups and other white immigrants, fall in the middle; and “collective blacks” fall at the bottom. To further complicate matters, the study found, biracial daters who identify as part white/Caucasian will default to preferring a white partner. It has been almost 50 years since interracial marriage became legal across the United States.But people still are more likely to pair up with someone of their own race.A 2013 study that included 2.4 million heterosexual interactions on the Facebook dating app “Are You Interested” found that most men are willing to date someone out of their race, but overall Asian women were generally preferred.An analysis of messages sent over OK Cupid found that white women tend to prefer white men.

They also find the same result as the research we talked about in my last post, that women have a stronger same-race preference then men.Asian men and women discriminate less than any other ethnicity.Women who claimed in the initial survey that ethnicity wasn’t important to them in mate choice discriminated just as much as those who stated that preference up-front.-- White women prefer white men; Asian and Latina women prefer them "even more exclusively" Are we collectively innocent of racism because no one can really choose who they’re attracted to, or are these results the symptoms of a greater societal ill?The very first post on Dollars and Sex asked the question: "Do Women Really Value Income Over Looks in a Mate?

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