We will do gay-centric articles in the future, I promise.Lately, since we’ve been dealing with complex and data-intensive subjects like race and reply rates, we’ve had to restrict ourselves to straight data in the primary post.This time it’s the men, not the women, who prefer most to keep to their own: it’s interesting that both in reply patterns and in their answers to these two match questions, the behavior of white straight women and white gay men are so closely parallel.To our friends in the gay and lesbian communities: thanks for being patient and waiting for this data.Coming from a man who's had so much experience helping women in real life, who has so many success stories in his track record and has a distinctly masculine point of view is just so incredibly valuable.
They barely need any explanation: one comments on the other, really.It would be awesome if other big websites would go out on a limb and release their own race data, too. Here are just a handful of the numbers that illustrate that: The takeaway here is that although race shouldn’t matter in messaging, it does. First of all, how do we know that race shouldn’t matter?I can’t imagine they will: multi-million dollar enterprises rarely like to admit that the people generating those millions act like turds. Are we just making some after-school-special assumption that “true love is colorblind?Membership is totally free, we won't ask for your credit card details and you will be able to instantly browse profiles and become involved.Whatever your disability dating isn't something you should be missing out on!