Diversity Macht Frei
October 1, 2018
Browns are not happy that whites don’t want to have sex with them. They are demanding action.
Sinakhone Keodara reached his breaking point last July. Loading up Grindr, the gay dating app that presents users with potential mates in close geographical proximity to them, the founder of a Los Angeles-based Asian television streaming service came across the profile of an elderly white man. He struck up a conversation, and received a three-word response: “Asian, ew gross.”
He is now considering suing Grindr for racial discrimination. For black and ethnic minority singletons, dipping a toe into the water of dating apps can involve subjecting yourself to racist abuse and crass intolerance.
“Over the years I’ve had some pretty harrowing experiences,” says Keodara. “You run across these profiles that say ‘no Asians’ or ‘I’m not attracted to Asians’. Seeing that all the time is grating; it affects your self-esteem.”
Sinakhone Keodara, gay Asian hero, YouTube gamer and transmitter of the cultural heritage of Lao
Apparently, brown homos wanting to have with white homos is a big thing. This is somewhat disgusting but also somewhat amusing. At least they can’t do much damage to the gene pool.
But brown rejection isn’t just a gay thing. Big fat black mama Stephanie Yeboah has also had her feelings hurt by the low demand for big fat black mamas on the mating market.
Stephanie Yeboah, black authoress
Style blogger Stephanie Yeboah faces the same struggles. “It’s really, really rubbish,” she explains. She’s faced messages that use words implying she – a black woman – is aggressive, animalistic, or hypersexualised. “There’s this assumption that black women – especially if plus sized – go along the dominatrix line.”
As a result, Yeboah went through phases of deleting then reinstalling many dating apps, and now doesn’t use them any more. “I don’t see any point,” she says.
Not long ago she was boasting on Twitter about how easy it was for her to get cute white boys even though she was black, fat and disgusting.
Apparently it didn’t work out between her and Bae. Weird fetishes don’t usually last.
Darkskins are demanding that dating apps change their options and algorithms so whites can no longer reject them.
All dating apps’ algorithms are proprietary black boxes that the companies are wary of sharing with the public or competitors. But if they include some requirement of user self-definition by race (as Grindr does), or preference for interracial relationships (as sites such as OkCupid do), then with every swipe or button press the matchmaking algorithm is learning what we like and what we don’t. Likewise, Tinder’s algorithm ranks attractiveness based on previous swipes; therefore, it promotes what is considered “traditionally” beautiful (read: white) people. Crucially, no app is likely to deliberately dumb down its algorithm to produce worse matches, even if it may help prevent racist behaviour.
…Others are coming round to the same belief – albeit more slowly. Earlier this month, Grindr announced a “zero-tolerance” policy on racism and discrimination, threatening to ban users who use racist language. The app is also considering the removal of options that allow users to filter potential dates by race.
…Grindr’s decision has been applauded by some, but is undercut by the fact it is still possible to filter out entire ethnicities. “I’m a paying user. They need to create a level playing field,” says Keodara. “Why should I pay for my own oppression? If I’m paying $14.99 every month, why should I have to be subjected to this demeaning, degrading and undignified BS.”
Leeds Beckett University’s Jankowski agrees. “It’s facilitating and encouraging racism. There’s no reason why you’d need that.”
Zumwalt said Grindr had carefully discussed removing the ethnicity filter, but were hesitant to get rid of it. “We decided before we were ready to pull the plug on that, it was a conversation we wanted with our user base,” he says. “While I believe the ethnicity filter does promote racist behaviour in the app, other minority groups use the filter because they want to quickly find other members of their minority community.”
So it’s OK for every other ethnic group to seek out their own, but not ethnic Europeans.
There has been a backlash to Grindr’s announcement that it will be cracking down on people voicing a preference for one race over others. But to Keodara, the arguments against the decision are problematic. “A lot of people say this is preference,” he says. “But just because it’s preference, it doesn’t mean it’s right. Slavery was white people’s preference.”
This funny Asian is apparently suing Grindr because other homos don’t want to have sex with him.
He is also, amusingly, a Lao ethnic activist.
So he wants to transmit his own heritage and history to the next generation but doesn’t think Europeans should have the right to do the same.
Of course all of this nonsense about spurned browns is just preparing the way for the next stage in the war against white existence, which will aim to make it more difficult for white people to find others of their own kind to mate with.