People who own i Phones have more sex than people with Black Berrys.
Atheists have the highest writing proficiency of any religious or nonreligious group.
And his monthly blog, Ok Trends, which he launched last year, is suddenly one of the most popular Web destinations—2 million people have visited in the last six weeks—for fans of fascinating data about how we live and love.
Rudder is the gatekeeper of the trove of data that have been collected by Ok Cupid since its inception in 2004.
Boston journalist Judith Forman first laid eyes on Toronto actor Andrew Pifko after he performed in a play one recent Friday night. Three months before their first meeting, Forman, 24, and Pifko, 30, had been brought together by that increasingly popular cyberyenta known as JDate.com--the Jewish-singles network. She faxed him at work so he could see her handwriting.
The pair met randomly on one of the site's chat rooms, and before long they were engaged in an intense cross-border flirtation. He called her late at night and they would talk for hours.
New dating sites show up online almost as often as Kim Kardashian’s ass. The next, you’ve got Clover and the League and Project Fixup and Zoosk—names that sound like the members of a teenage Swedish rap group.
We so far haven’t seen a Google or Netflix of online dating—no one company that has nailed it and run away with the category.In the Pew survey, 24 percent of black male newlyweds were married to someone of another race, as compared with 12 percent of black women.The subject of interracial dating has been a continuous topic within magazines and websites that cater to black women, especially in recent years.There are also more sites catering to niche demographics, from Catholic Singles to Good Genes.com, an introduction service for hoity-toity Ivy League graduates.But the big question--the one that everyone wants answered--is whether meeting your eventual spouse on the Net is more likely than in the real world.Topics: African-Americans, Bachelorette, Black women, Feminism, interracial couples, interracial dating, interracial marriage, interracial relationships, Media Criticism, Newsweek, partner video, Race and racism, Rachel Lindsay, Sexism, the bachelorette, Media News, Life News, Entertainment News More than 50 years after Loving v.