The mixed-race advantage in online dating

Over the past few years, there has been a great deal of research energy devoted to untangling the racial hierarchies in online dating, where white men and Asian women seem to come out the top. However, in a new study released yesterday, researchers say that in some cases multiracial daters are even more desirable than those of any single racial…



What “11 Things to Keep in Mind Before Dating a Black Woman” Video Teaches Us About Interracial Dating in America

Interracial dating is everywhere, both in the media and in real life. Americans see multiracial families and couplings on Scandal, the Mindy Project, Modern Family, and a multitude of other

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“Swirlr” First Interracial Dating Reality Series Is About To Hit YouTube

What is being described as “groundbreaking”, “Swirlr” is a new dating reality series heading to a computer screen near you. The show features singles who

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Adam Housley on Interracial Marriage Attacks: ‘Backwards, Bigoted’ and ‘Pathetic’ – TVNewser

Adam Housley on Interracial Marriage Attacks: ‘Backwards, Bigoted’ and ‘Pathetic’

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▶ Wedding Video Anjelah Johnson and Manwell Reyes Film – YouTube When Anjelah Johnson (aka Bon Qui Qui) and Manwell Reyes (the incomparable talent from Group1Crew ) contacted us we were so excited a…

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Tangled Roots Mixed Race and Multiracial stories

The site of Tangled Roots project, to document the lives of mixed race and multi-racial people and families in Yorkshire

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22 TV Shows Promoting Interracial Relationships – Atlanta Black Star

Interracial relationships are on a rise in the United States. Married couples who identified their marriage as interracial grew by 28 percent from 2000 to 2010, making 8.4 percent of all current U.S. marriages mixed-raced.

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Susan Straight on the lessons of the mixed-race novel

The novelist Susan Straight is uniquely positioned to write about being mixed race in America, even though she’s not mixed race herself. She had three children with her former husband, who is black.

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PHOTOS: An Intimate Look At Virginia’s First Legal Interracial Marriage

Before June of 1967, sixteen states still prohibited interracial marriage, including Virginia, the home of Richard Perry Loving, a white man, and his wife, Mildred Loving, a woman of African-American and Native-American descent.

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