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A new study presented to the Council on Contemporary Families and published today in the American Sociological Review suggests yes — online daters aren’t always attracted to people who look like themselves. (Sorry.) Thanks to a combination of unchecked biases and overt fetishizing, the dating world is a minefield for mixed race people. Whether it's some drunk guy saying, "You're so hot, I don't care that you're Hispanic" (I'm not Hispanic), or someone finding out my dad is from India and then only wanting to talk about curry and Bollywood, my experiences as a multiracial woman have been marked by people just not knowing how to bring up race without being incredibly awkward.People are weird about race in the dating world, though, and despite wanting to come off as progressive and open-minded, many dating app users still have racial biases.Examining millions of initial messages sent between straight men and women between 20 on a large U. dating site, the researchers found that the premium placed on daters who self-identified as only white wasn’t as high as they originally thought.Asian-white women got the most attention, with more positive responses to their opening lines from white and Asian men than women who checked only “white” or only “Asian.” (Olivia Munn, we’re looking at you.) Other findings of note: Hispanic women preferred men who identified as Hispanic-white above all else.