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Y., where only 1.5 percent of the population is black.“Meeting a nice black woman around my age in this area has about the same chances of success as throwing a rock from Times Square and having it land on the moon,” he said.As the number of seemingly insular dating sites—from Sea Captain (“find your first mate”) to Biker (“two wheels, two hearts, one road”)—continues to climb, so does the number of interlopers.Though many of these dating sites neither encourage nor forbid trespassing, some have tacitly welcomed outsiders.JDate, for instance, has added new options to its profiles: “willing to convert,” and even “not willing to convert.”Outsiders on sites such as Black People Meet are more conspicuous, but this hasn’t kept them away.“I find African-American women take care of themselves, dress better and treat their men better,” said David Dargie, 58, a white store manager from Vermont who has a dating profile on Black People Meet. Some men like blondes, some like brunettes—I like black people.”Stereotypes, such as the notion that a Jew will have strong family values or an Asian will be highly educated, are “very enduring” despite “tons of disconfirming evidence,” said Jennifer Lee, a sociology professor at the University of California-Irvine, who focuses on ethnic minorities, interracial marriage, and multiracial identity.“Even a complimentary stereotype can be damaging,” Lee said.
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Even though the couple didn’t last past the summer, Spencer, 32, was nevertheless grateful to have met a like-minded man who shared her passion for the Christian faith.
“If I said I didn’t want somebody without a Christian background, I would be lying to myself, and wasting my time,” she said.
Sarah with her son Her mother’s family was much harder to trace.
Sophie, the great-great-grandmother who had come to Montana in the early 1900s, was from Europe, but throughout her life she refused to divulge her maiden name or where she had come from.