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Street Talk is a groundbreaking television series aired weekly on community television.From grassroots to the establishment, our engaging programmes expose the lived realities and uncensored views of ordinary South Africans.Online dating sites like Ok Cupid and Tinder have given researchers a new window into how people conceptualize what they want (or don’t want) in a romantic partner.As it turns out, race is a huge factor when it comes to making romantic connections online, one that puts certain groups at persistent, structural disadvantages.The figures were similar for biracial daters, with over 87% indicating that they were willing to date someone outside their own racial/ethnic group.Again the overwhelming majority indicated that they were seeking partners who were white (92%), followed closely by respondents who reported they were willing to date Hispanics (81%) and 'others' (71%).However, increased educational attainment among Asians, Indians and whites tends to make them marry their own kind.This latest study suggests that about 5% of coloureds, Asians and Indians marry outside their groups, though whites remain the least likely to do so.

She was a finalist for i Date’s Best Dating Coach of 20, was named as one of the top dating experts in LA by Dating Advice.com, and has made hundreds of media appearances on NBC, Fox, Animal Planet, Sirius XM, Woman’s Day Magazine, Essence Magazine, People Magazine and more. and is certified by the International Dating Coach Association.The rationale for their study is that "although the increasing numbers of biracial people seemingly suggest that the United States is becoming a more racially and ethnically diverse nation, by investigating the dating preferences of biracial individuals, we are able to assess whether racial/ethnic boundaries are truly blurring." The authors found that roughly 87% of all monoracial daters would date someone outside their own race/ethnicity.An overwhelming majority of these monoracial daters stated a preference for dating whites (91%), followed by Hispanics (81%), 'other' (71%), Asians (67%) and blacks (62%).Based on random matching alone, the expected proportion of interracial relationships in the United States should be as high as 44 percent.This disparity indicates there’s still a considerable disconnect between what people think is “acceptable” when it comes to dating versus what they actually do themselves. On one hand, it may be that people tend to pick mates from their real-life social groups—people with whom they live, work, socialize, and go to school—and in the U. The other option, of course, is that most people, when given the choice, still prefer to be in relationships with someone who looks a lot like them, regardless of what they may tell a pollster.A new study examines for the first time how both biracial and monoracial daters really feel about dating someone with a different background to theirs.