Ok Cupid data shows that 82 percent of non-black men are prejudice against black women in some form, and I've found that to be true.
My non-black friends typically receive right swipes from every Tom, Dick and Harry.
Professor Mendelsohn, attributed this to the influence of cultural imperatives on all American men.
“In this country, our notions of feminine attractiveness are based almost entirely on images of white women…
"You go into a spot that has 150 people and hope that five of those guys talk to you.
The reality is, only one of them will, and the other four that you thought were cool are not going to approach, because that dude already did.
When it comes to online dating, segregation appears to be alive and well.
After analyzing more than one million profiles on a mainstream dating website, researchers at the University of California Berkeley, concluded that whites are highly unlikely to initiate contact with black people.
African Americans also made up 12 percent of the audience, Black People Meet's parent site.
Black professional women, in particular, struggle to marry, continuing a trend that has been true for years: Back in 2009, ABC News reported that 70% of black professional women were unmarried.
Could technology help to improve the marriage prospects for black professionals?
blog, points out that the figures are even starker within the black community.
More than a third of black people older than 25 have never been married, even though they say they would like to be.