More distressing than the existence of this fringe service is the racism that plays out on mainstream dating sites every single day.
Black men were more likely to swipe right on Asian, black and Latina women, and they were 6 percent less likely to do so with white women’s profiles.
In 2009, OKCupid analyzed how race affects users’ messaging patterns.
Long before "White Privilege" was a Macklemore song, it was (and continues to be) a social reality with tendrils extending into virtually all facets of our society.
Some of its manifestations are a matter of life and death; others are subtle annoyances known as "microaggressions" which can build up and contribute to a general sense of not feeling safe or comfortable in a world that was never designed with us in mind.
“Furthermore we believe that all men are created equal (the word men stands for a species, not gender).” Ironically, the site’s terms of service warn users not to “promote racism, bigotry, [or] hatred”.