This has created a dating pool of divorced, broken, crazy people with kiddos.
You might be saying, "But Sarah, there are a lot of happily married Mormon couples." And I would say, "yes, but this is not an article about the happily married, it is an article about why dating in Utah sucks." I would also say, "shut-up! I am drawing a blank so here is a funny picture of a cat The ugly truth is dating sucks, dating in Utah sucks more so than dating anywhere else but a general consensus is that dating sucks.
Coleman launched Soul Swipe in March with the tag line “Black Dating, Done Right.” With its match, chat and swipe-left or -right functionality, it has the feel of Tinder and other location-based dating apps — but with more black people.
Similar to Where White People Meet, the website says anyone can join, but typical users are is black women and men “looking for love or others with a desire to meet black singles,” Coleman said.
One of those people is 24-year-old Gianni Coleman, a recent graduate of the University of Southern California.
As long as whites are the majority race in America, the odds favor them in just about any dating scenario. The reason why we don’t need Where White People Meet is the same reason we need (other race-based) dating websites,” said Christelyn Karazin, founder of Beyond Black & White, a blog about interracial relationships aimed at black women.Studies show that African-Americans are at the greatest disadvantage on major dating sites, especially black women.Within this gap, some enterprising matchmakers see a business opportunity.Online dating has the potential to create a more diverse pool of potential mates to draw from by removing the structural and environmental barriers entrenched in our communities.Data show that social homogenization is showing up in online dating platforms through racial preferences and the proliferation of niche dating sites, even as the rate of online daters who say they “strongly prefer to date someone of their own race” decreases.