This month, we’ve decided to use this data to launch a series of posts busting common dating myths.First up: Do Jewish Men Really Have a Thing for Asian Women?He wants users to talk to likeminded folks that feel similar to them “without feeling completely alone in their world.” “Tinder is really about the hookup culture,” he said.“We want to move toward more of the community aspect of it.” Tran noted that there are many similar apps like Where White People Meet or Black People Meet that target specific verticals.On to the findings: A quick refresher on how CMB works: Every day at noon, CMB introduces members to one single (a.k.a.a “Bagel”), whom they must LIKE or PASS within 24 hours.Vu Tran was frustrated with traditional dating apps.
Compared to this, a much larger percentage (65%) of Jewish men chose White women (dark green). 19%), however, they also prefer women of their own ethnicity the most (54%) and a substantial percentage of them also like Hispanic women. Based on the numbers, there is no evidence to suggest that Jewish men have a particular preference for Asian women. Next hypothesis: Even though most Jewish men prefer White women, there is a group of Jewish men who have a “fetish” for Asian girls (a.k.a. Given that members can pick any number of ethnic preferences, it was pretty easy for us to check this.From there, the experience is Tinder-like, with swiping and matches. ” Maybe I wasn’t clear, but what I meant to explain is that overtime, I felt like the racial judgment against me wasn’t necessarily a bad thing.Users can pay for premium features like unlimited likes — Tran said Color Dating is already profitable. It’s hard, if not impossible to control who you’re attracted to and didn’t mean they didn’t like me as a person.What Jewish Men Say They Want (When it Comes to Ethnicity) On CMB, members get to pick any number of ethnicities they want in their Bagels, or no preference at all.
Since we’re currently looking at Jewish men who are specifically interested in Asian women, we just looked at men who picked at least one ethnicity preference. Note that we also included non-Jewish White Men’s preference as a point of comparison.) in New York City, who, by and large, happened to be Jewish and Asian.