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Then, because Internet arguments always end up eating their own tails, others criticized that criticism of the initial criticism as being indicative of how many whites just don't understand racism. government itself, this country is still overwhelmingly white.But here's one thing that's not up for debate: If white people are what you seek, you don't need to go online to find them in America. In Utah, where the site was conceived, the population is 91 percent white.
To help you in your search — and with a hat-tip to the timeless blog ? And, as we've already learned via juice places, white people and their money are soon parted by massively overpriced natural goods.“It’s our right to have this business,” he replied — the “we” presumably referring to white people, generally.“If we want equal rights in this country, it has to be equal rights for everybody.” Russell points to his site’s recent traffic as evidence that others agree: More than 100,000 people visited White People Meet on Sunday, and — as of this writing — 1,033 people have registered to browse the site for free.The developer says the divisive practise is intended to keep out “creeps, timewasters and fake profiles” present on other apps.Finally, white people have a place where they can meet Caucasian love interests amid a setting that caters to their needs more than those of others. White people have had this place for centuries — its name is the United States of America.But now there is a dating site, called Where White People Meet, that aims to be as long on romance as it is short on pigmentation. I just believe it’s hypocrisy to say ‘one group can do this, but another can’t.'” The site was indeed criticized as racist by many online.
he and his wife got the idea to start the site as a retirement business after repeatedly seeing TV ads for the dating site Black People “The last thing in the world I am is racist," the Where White People founder told the paper on Monday. Still others have criticized the criticism as being an example of reverse-racism against white Americans, that ever-persecuted racial majority.
It’s not the only controversial dating app to launch this month.
Controversial gay hook-up app Hanky puts potential new users to a vote – with three existing users casting a vote on whether to allow them to join.
(“If you’re a black man who prefers to date white women, this might be a good option,” he said — presuming you can get over the object of your affection’s stated racial preferences.) It costs $15 a month to message other members, and the site’s terms of service specifically prohibit messages that “promote racism, bigotry, [or] hatred.” “The site is not racially motivated in any way,” Russell stressed.
And yet, regardless of what Russell thinks about his site or his own intentions, there’s no denying that dating is racially motivated — and online dating, demonstrably so.
She told the Salt Lake Tribune: 'I just thought it was kind of strange they would put it in Utah. So you're going to put up billboards here so you can meet other white singles?