Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8739131
I just seen it too. I thought it was strange. Isn't that a little racist? What if it were a white people dating service? This is bad, should not be allowed. Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8553545
By the way, you sounded a bit "inbred" when you wrote, "I just seen it".
"I just saw it" or "I have just seen it" would be better grammar.
No, it's not really racist. They do have white people dating services...that's basically what most other dating services are. Most of the eligible dating prospects are not black, and the odds of being set up with someone of your own race if you are black (if that is what you prefer) are much less.
A middle-aged black female friend signed up for e-harmony, hoping to find a nice middle-aged black man to date. 8-9 out of 10 of her matches came back as non-black prospects...so, services like these are appreciated by those in the non-majority who have preferences for these matches.
You know exactly what would happen if there were a whitepeoplemeet.com.
Imagine a United Caucasian College Fund, The White Entertainment Channel.
Black people are welcome to join sites like Eharmony, it's not advertised as a white site and there are many black people on there. I know, a friend of your uncles aunts sisters brother knew someone that couldn't get a black match. I call bullshit.
I'm fairly certain it is not WhiteEharmony.com.
We're not allowed to have things that openly cater to the white population, it's considered racist and hateful.
Soulsingles.com, afrosingles.com, blackplanet.com, blackscene.com, africanamericanpassions.com, blacksingleconnection.com, blackpeoplelove.com, datingblacknow.com.
Yeah, there's no problem there. Again..show me a dozen or so sites specifically catering to white people with WHITE in the site name and I'll believe you.
While blacks are allowed to maintain and revel in their culture identity white people are not. It's touted as racism when we do it.