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Dating Ring, the matchmaking company followed in the second season of the “Start Up” podcast, tried to improve the dating experience for minorities, but their users often pushed back.
A 2013 study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that individuals were more likely to respond to a romantic message sent by someone of a different race than they were to initiate contact with someone of a different race.
And once a user had received a cross-race message, he or she was more likely to initiate new interracial exchanges in the short-term future.
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had a lot of users who have come in, said they listened to the episode on race, and now are dropping their ethnicity filters.