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One dating expert said “If you are a black woman on and you’re not going to initiate contact then you are not going to date.

That’s just the reality.”To get any response at all, black women have to reach out roughly 1.5 times the amount of any other group — and they are still the group that’s the least responded to.

White men are most numerous on mainstream dating sites like OKCupid and and that’s where daters go to look for them.

Black women looking to date interracially are up for some stiff competition.

with student loan debt, so much so, that the crushing weight of monthly loan payments come before finding love (or something like it).

However, Tinder isn't the only free dating app on the market; here are five equally free and convenient dating apps geared toward college students.

If OKCupid’s studies are anything to go by, black men gave black women the cold shoulder too and vice versa.

A recent study found that black people of all ages were 10 times more likely to initiate contact with white people than other black people.

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Profiles are organized by time and place of your encounter and if you like a user, you can secretly like their profile – they won't find out unless there is mutual interest.

Today, people want romance just like they want their movies, on demand.

Match, Ok Cupid and Tinder are a handful of digital platforms that promise to unite couples with the click of a button.

In these virtual bar scenes, stolen glances are replaced with hasty swipes, and complex algorithms play the role of yenta. He’d just been on Tinder for maybe a week or so and he had 40 or 50 matches already,” says Brian Gerrard, 26.

Sometimes, in this illusory world where nothing is exactly as it seems, love happens, but for the most part, as people sort through profiles like the pages of a catalog, dating has become less ritual, and more of a numbers game– a numbers game where the odds are often stacked against African-American romantic hopefuls. Last summer, Brian and his brother Justin Gerrard, 28, joined a small group of aspiring entrepreneurs who periodically met for dinner in New York City.