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Whether intermarriage is being forced….

The below was written by Sunlit I. in a recent thread and I think this dicsussion is worth futhering on here….

Wuntz Moore raised an important question by starting this thread:
“Does the Mantra express opposition to intermarriage per se, and should we?”
http://www.whitakeronline.org/blog/topic/does-the-mantra-express-opposition-to-intermarriage-per-se-and-should-we/

WmWhite reminded the readers of that thread about this previous one:
“Anti-Whites Insist That Integration Must Be Enforced Everywhere Because Whites Don’t Want It”
http://www.whitakeronline.org/blog/2013/01/29/anti-whites-insist-that-integration-must-be-enforced-everywhere-because-whites-dont-want-it/#comments

And I have been thinking about it ever since… Has anyone ever paid attention to these articles?
(I am not sure, I could have missed someone else talking about them.)

White people prefer white people on dating apps — but that could be changed, study says
https://www.kansascity.com/news/nation-world/national/article219361075.html

Dating applications can allow users to fall into their own racial biases while searching for a partner, a new study says.

But in their study, researchers from schools like Cornell University say the “sexual racism” that plagues apps like Grindr, Tinder and Bumble can be stamped out with a few simple changes. The end goal, the study says, is to promote more diverse pairings on the dating sites.

Another article about it:

Redesign dating apps to lessen racial bias, study recommends
https://news.cornell.edu/stories/2018/09/redesign-dating-apps-lessen-racial-bias-study-recommends

Mobile dating apps that allow users to filter their searches by race – or rely on algorithms that pair up people of the same race – reinforce racial divisions and biases, according to a new paper by Cornell researchers.

As more and more relationships begin online, dating and hookup apps should discourage discrimination by offering users categories other than race and ethnicity to describe themselves, posting inclusive community messages, and writing algorithms that don’t discriminate, the authors said.

“A random bar in North Dakota with 10 customers a day is subject to more civil rights directives than a platform that has 9 million people visiting every day,” Hutson said. “That’s an imbalance that doesn’t make sense.”

Still, the authors said, courts and legislatures have shown reluctance to get involved in intimate relationships, and it’s unlikely these apps will be regulated anytime soon.

So there IS a desire to regulate intimate relationships? Those wishing to do it just cannot achieve it yet?

The so called study itself:

Debiasing Desire: Addressing Bias & Discrimination onIntimate Platforms
http://www.karen-levy.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/Debiasing_Desire_published.pdf

We consider bias and discriminationin the context of popular online dating and hookup platforms in the United States, which we call intimate platforms.

While individual intimate preferences are generally regarded as private matters that ought to be free from outside assessment and influence, systematic patterns in such preferences — and the structures that promote and preserve these patterns — hold serious implications for social equality. As others have shown, the intimate sphere has historically been a crucial locus of state control, as well as a key determinant of social and economic welfare [5,31,38].

It even seems to be aimed at white women:

At the extreme, preference in potential partners might very well rest on racial animus and overt prejudice — a belief that those of a different race are unworthy of affection or respect. Or, an individual might limit intimate encounters to others that belong to her own race, on the belief that her race is categorically superior to others. Such preferences might be rightly described as sexual racism in the sense that they reflect generally racist attitudes as expressed in choice of romantic partners.

So, is the Beefcake’s comment (“Saying that intermarriage isn’t being forced is trying to conceal the fact that the conditions which lead to it ARE being FORCED.” http://www.whitakeronline.org/blog/2013/01/29/anti-whites-insist-that-integration-must-be-enforced-everywhere-because-whites-dont-want-it/#comments) stil enough? Or do anti-whites actually openly want to control more?

In my opinion anti-whites do openly want to control what they themselves call the intimate sphere, and at least some of them are already trying to find a way to do it, because in the future, where whites become a minority in their own countries (and have harder time meeting each other in real life), having control over those dating applications can prove to be of growing importance.

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