Documentary online dating

The quintessential creeper is Alex, a 29-year-old who “dates online because it makes getting laid a lot easier.” I’d like to say right here that if Alex didn’t flirt with sexual harassment on his dates (more on that), he would have won me over for his honesty and painful insecurity that manifest as boorishness.Alex is the bad guy, if we’re defining “bad” on a scale of what women would bring homes to their moms (which Bravo seems to presume we are).While, in the future, I may direct those who tell me ‘I’m just not into Asian girls’ towards this documentary, I may well just stick with my current response: ‘Well I’m just not into racists – so this has worked out perfectly’.

Put simply, he was checking out some non-white women, despite adamantly maintaining that he preferred white girls.The programme broadcast a social experiment intended to highlight how race might be affecting the ways in which the British populace select prospective partners.When watching the show, I was surprised, as I often am in real life, by the confidence, assurance and total lack of shame with which people profess their racial “type”.Now, I wasn’t jumping for joy at this conclusion, nor, I suspect, were other women of colour.Great, a white man might stare at my tits while explaining why he’d never date me! covered many important issues, it failed to distinguish between sex and dating, and this distinction is essential in discussions about racial bias in matters of the heart and loins.