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It would be awesome if other big websites would go out on a limb and release their own race data, too. Here are just a handful of the numbers that illustrate that: The takeaway here is that although race shouldn’t matter in messaging, it does. First of all, how do we know that race shouldn’t matter?
And who knows, you may even meet a new person in the process.
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The topic has garnered widespread editorial attention over the last few years, and some believe apps like Grindr and Scuff aren’t doing enough to combat the racism among its users.“..sounds great — it would be great to foster a kinder community, potentially. That's not my job, to solve societal problems,” said Grindr CEO Joel Simkhai in a 2016 interview with Broadly.
“To say, 'I'm only into black guys' — is that a bad thing?
However, this, like so many other fine assumptions, totally breaks down when race gets involved: Again, don’t bother squinting, just check out the colors. So here’s last week’s compatibility by race table (I explained how we can confidently measure “compatibility” in that post).