People who support a “color-blind” ideology believe the best way to fight race discrimination is to ignore the concept of race altogether.In other words, the ideology affirms the belief “race should not and does not matter,” according to Psy Post. Neville of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, sought to observe how these concepts influenced interracial romantic attraction among a cohort of 124 heterosexual black and white college men.Reid had talked about the challenge on the radio and publicly accepted the service’s offer.She agreed to be featured in a news release announcing that she would go on a series of blind dates with four New York-area bachelors of all races, including African-Americans. In this day and age, some people are vehemently against the idea of a woman of color going out with men of other backgrounds.
“I’m happy being single,” said Reid, who declined to give her age.Subscribers indicated a racial preference in their cyber-profile, tailoring their profiles to reflect a desire to date people only of the same race, of another race or of any race.Using their profiles, researchers compared their stated racial preferences with the races of the people they ended up contacting. So the question then becomes, When you have a free situation where people can contact whom they please, what will happen?Interracial romance is nowhere near the eyebrow-raising phenomenon it used to be.In the past four decades, the pendulum of approval has swung from three-to-one opposed to three-to-one in favor.