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Thursday, August 15, Yet at Princeton University, she watched as white friends dated regularly, paired off, and, after graduation, oftentimes got married. That realization launched a research trajectory. For her dissertation, she interviewed women who self-identified as White, Latina, Black, or Asian. For starters, place matters. Dating technology is generally place-based. Take Tinder. On the dating app, an individual views the profiles of others within their preferred of miles.
For example, in a more conservative area where there was a greater expectation for women to stay home and raise children after marriage, women felt their desire for more egalitarian relationships was hindered. For Black women, the ongoing segregation of the places in which romance occurs can pose increased barriers. If you are a Black woman who's going into those places, but only white people are living there, that might pose an issue for you as you search for romantic partners.
Part of the reason why residential segregation can have this kind of impact is because research shows that men who are not Black may be less interested in dating Black women. A study from OKCupid found that men who were not Black were less likely to start conversations with Black women. Black men, on the other hand, were equally likely to start conversations with women of every race.
Those stereotypes and tropes, alongside structural barriers like residential segregation, can impact Black women struggles to meet a mate. And, says Adeyinka-Skold, until Americans recognize these challenges, little is going to change. Even so, Sarah Adeyinka-Skold, who met her husband who is white at church, remains hopeful.
When asked what she wants people to take away from her research, Adeyinka-Skold replied that she hopes people better understand that the ways in which American society is structured has implications and consequences for people's class, race, gender, sexuality, status, and for being seen as fully human. Structures matter. The ways that governments make laws to marginalize or give power matters for people's life chances.
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