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One of the challenges of interracial dating is knowing where to find a like-minded match.
Whilst there are loads of sites that offer dating for black singles, not all of the mainstream sites include your ethnicity preferences in their matching algorithm, making interracial dating all the more inaccessible.
But there are parts of the country - and certainly around the world - where the stigma is still rife and keenly felt by those in an interracial relationship.
It pays to be aware of these clashes of culture, not only to head off any potential problems but to celebrate your differences too.
The outlook for interracial relationships has improved dramatically over the past 50 years, but there's room for even more acceptance.
In the biggest, most liberal cities, stigma is hardly a problem at all.
Of course, having abuse hurled at you by total strangers is still a sad possibility, but thankfully a much rarer one these days.
When you're still single, and your black & white dating story is still at a speculative stage, you're best served by keeping an open-mind. And this could be a positive trend, according to study co-author Josué Ortega, a lecturer in economics at the University of Essex. In particular, the study saw a spike in racially diverse nuptials in 2014 — two years after Tinder was founded.Not many other sites can promise to connect you with 1000s of men and women looking for an interracial partner.Whether you’re looking for love locally or internationally, we are committed to helping you find the perfect match, no matter where in the world they may be. Researchers from the National Academy of Sciences looked at marriage stats spanning from 1967 to 2013, and found that the spikes of interracial dating coincided with the launch of online matchmaking sites and apps like and Ok Cupid, reports Mic.