“I had a lot of experience growing up where I just talk with people and they’d be like ‘Oh yeah, I think you’re cool, I think you’re nice, but I just don’t date Asian guys,'” he said. Hearing that sort of rejection and then scoring few matches on Tinder can make you feel unattractive and like nobody wants you.While that used to be a source of “growing frustration” for Tran, today, he believes attraction can be a subconscious amalgamation of upbringing, environment, and other factors, and that people should be allowed to express their preferences when looking for love.“It has taken me years to get it down,” Davies warns.The book offers no “vanilla fever” chapter – a curious omission, because white people also do the darndest things.
And please, tread lightly when attempting ghetto talk with your black man.Compared to the artificial intelligence-driven product Tran used to work on, Color Dating is no technological feat. Plenty of dating apps already allow you to state a racial preference, but Color Dating’s main draw is community, he said, bringing together people who don’t mind or who prefer interracial dating.After three months, Color Dating has nearly 40,000 user profiles.We understand that real compatibility is about more than just cultural backgrounds –which is why we also take factors like religion and lifestyle into account when connecting personalities. On top of this solid foundation is the fact that the majority of the single men and women on our site are marriage-minded – making it easier to find lasting, loving commitment with us.