Researchers from the University of Massachusetts"“Amherst and the University of Texas found that white, black, Asian and Hispanic singles using online dating portals have gotten significantly more 'hots' for mixed-race users than they do for those of a single race.
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Asian-white women got the most attention, with more positive responses to their opening lines from white and Asian men than women who checked only “white” or only “Asian.” (Olivia Munn, we’re looking at you.) Other findings of note: Hispanic women preferred men who identified as Hispanic-white above all else.
In politics, it’s called the “Obama effect.” When it comes to attraction, you might call it the Rashida Jones effect. Is our cultural open-mindedness making us more attracted to faces that look different from our own?Preference was measured by how often and in what order men and women responded to messages they received from other users.Love letters sent by mixed-race users were opened more often than those sent by single-race users. The combination that got the most love was [drum roll please] … One of the researchers Celeste Curington, a doctoral candidate at UMass, clarifies "As a general rule, all men (excluding Hispanic men) and women are more responsive to multiracial daters than they are to their minority co-ethnics (for example, black men are more responsive to black-multiracial women then they are to black women)." If you happen to be monoracial (the scientists' word meaning you're only one race), then you're at a bit of a disadvantage. But what about the judgement-prone zone of online dating, where we assess our potential matches first and foremost by their looks? Like our president, the celebrities we consistently rank among the most beautiful can check at least two boxes under “race” on their census forms.