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I've met women of pretty much every race that had terrible personalities, but I've also met women of pretty much every race with good personalities. (It's difficult to date people in your race too, but that's besides the point.) There are a number of girls I would have liked to get to know, but couldn't because there is a social stigma attached to it, and in some cases it could even be dangerous.
I agree, but at the same time, we should not be ashamed of our preferences provided they do not go towards racism.
Just keep in mind it all depends where you come from and where you live.
doesn't deal with dating, but it gives so much insight when ur at someone else's house as a guest and they are "X" backgroundtalks about how race/ethnicity influences presentation to seek medical help...
And black celebrities (especially rappers) will date non blacks women to show off. I didn't think that there's enough Latinos population in Europe to make big enough of an impression to warrant their own group in survey of this broad topic. The chart is from OKCupid (based in the US), not from the UK.
Of course as an American I consider Latinos to be anyone of central or south America descent. The Latino category kind of made it obvious the chart is not from the UK, where the term "Latino" is rarely used (because there's not enough Latinos in the UK). I think the person above who talked about personality mattering most made a good point though. I think it's kind of a shame that it is still difficult for people to date outside of their race.
It's really interesting stuff.-Byshop: If you're actually interested in this topic (and not just trying to make some vague point about race that you felt was supported by a graphic you found), then I'd recommend the book "Dataclysm: Love, Sex, Race, and Identity--What Our Online Lives Tell Us about Our Offline Selves" (formerly called "Dataclysm: Who We Are (When We Think No One's Looking").
It's really interesting stuff.-Byshopsounds like an interesting read.