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When comparing both online dating experiences, the most curious thing that came out of it for me was that even though my number of per week profile views beat out Stephanie’s, this did not translate into more interactions.It seems like men are happy to look at a Black woman but won’t initiate flirting.As a bonus, I included three interviews with Cat that will inspire and motivate you on your journey.I hope that these videos get you on the path to a happier and healthier life!Stephanie never had to check if men were into white woman, they always were.Being white took away that extra hassle of having to carefully scrutinize a guy’s profile to gauge just how racist he might be.After a consultation she began their four-week treatment course of yoga-like exercises and massages and her spine was corrected within a month.

She also never ran into an issue where a match’s profile specifically excluded her race from the ethnicity preferences, in comparison to me where I’d often see Bllack women specifically excluded from ethnicity preferences.On the flipside, men are spurred into action when presented with a non-Black face.We’ve all heard the urban legend that Black women are angry all the time and have attitudes so perhaps this is why men were hesitant to interact with me; but having said that, Eurocentric standards of beauty still dominate our culture so at the end of the day Stephanie’s higher conversion rate might be attributed to perceived “attractiveness” rather than “approachableness.” Regardless of what the men were or were not doing, I have to say that the best thing about being Stephanie was feeling like there were no limitations on the races of men she could date.Stephanie is an unassuming looking, moderately attractive white woman with dark brown hair and a warm smile.Her personality and hobbies are exactly identical to mine: she listens to Beyoncé, practices yoga and is a self-described health enthusiast.

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