White people only dating site
The church didn't allow black members until 1978, and Utah is 91 percent white.Although some expressed outrage about the idea of a whites-only dating site, particularly in Utah, the president of the NAACP's Salt Lake chapter, Jeanetta Williams, told the she simply thinks the concept is "odd." "I just thought it was kind of strange they would put it in Utah," she said. So you're going to put up billboards here so you can meet other white singles?When it comes to straight daters, they discovered that women expressed a strong preference for men of their own race.
The church renounced polygamy in 1890, but the practice continues in some Mormon subcultures.
The unfortunate truth is that many online daters show a significant preference for their own race—and white men, per the freaking usual, tend to get favorable treatment.
In 2014, the data-obsessed OKCupid calculated the odds of a user “liking” a profile on its Tinder-like service Quickmatch.
A Utah company has launched a dating website specifically for white people, but same-sex connections are prohibited. On Saturday, Where White People wrote on Twitter that users were experiencing difficulty logging on due to heavy traffic overloading the site's server.
A billboard advertising Where White People went up recently near Salt Lake City, sparking an uproar on social media. There are various dating websites that promote and cater to just about every origin, race, religion and lifestyle out there. notes that although gay searches are prohibited on Where White People Meet.com, the site appears to allow users who are married, and lists no policy related to polyamory or polygamy.The site, created by a gent who says he isn’t racist because he once dated a black woman, has just over 3,700 members and upon a recent visit boasted a grand total of three members currently online.