There are plenty of reasons why but here we take a look at a few of the most widespread theories: Hollywood Hates Them: you can probably count with your fingers how many prominent Asians in Hollywood you can name and most of them are probably women.
And for the men, they’re probably either typecast as martial artists or that token smart guy who everyone takes for granted.
Demeaning stereotypes that hurt one gender more than the other?
Cultural hangups I'm ready to dismiss, because as I've come to observe living in fairly diverse environments, almost everyone is willing to date a White person.
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A new study from the dating site Interracial Match (reported by NJ.com) puts Rutgers University, located in New Brunswick, New Jersey, as the number one college for interracial dating.
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90 percent of Millenials approved of the practice, although the change of heart is slow-moving.
Those surveyed showed narrow perspectives on which ethnicities they would be willing to date and how open they actually be while dating them. And certain parts of the country are meshing faster than others.
John’s University in New York, and the University of Houston in Texas. ) The tabulation is based on over 15,000 surveys sent to college-affiliated e-mail addresses found in Interracial Match’s database, Per the Rutgers website, 45 percent of the student population is white, 20 percent are Asian, 12 percent are Latino, 10 percent are African-American, six percent are international and seven percent are listed as other.
The site’s survey was also able to conclude that 87.6 percent of men and 76.6 percent of women would consider dating somebody from a different race. Matt Patches is a writer and reporter living in New York City.