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Being a taboo subject, the intricacies of dating are often left undiscussed and become muddled with their parent’s expectations and what their deal breakers are.
We’ve all heard tales of parents getting in the way of a blossoming relationship because someone wasn’t rich enough, smart enough, or pretty enough (whatever that means).
It was fun but not aligned with the person I wanted to be.” Ali, Jordanian, 26“One of my deal breakers is if my partner would be pessimistic towards life, people, family and everyone in general.
I wouldn’t want to be with someone cynical in how they go about their lives, instead I hope for a partner that shares my love for life, I believe that that would carry over in their behavior in how they treat others (myself included) and how they deal with any type of issues that come up in life.” Hamza, Algerian, 21“I wouldn’t date someone who puts their own picture as their phone wallpaper.” Ahmed, Saudi, 25“I wouldn’t want to be with someone who forgets or disregards their heritage or views it as a barrier or something negative in their life.
Tinder's user terms and conditions dictate that "you may not post, upload, display or otherwise make available content that promotes racism, bigotry, hatred or physical harm of any kind against any group or individual." But that kind of behavior can only be reported if someone has actually received a racist message or if someone posts or uploads "content" that is discriminating.In cases such as Ahmad's, casual racism and discrimination can slip through the cracks and go unchecked — after all, it's hard to report racism if the person or people in question aren't even bothering to match with you in the first place, thereby eliminating the possibility of any real proof.Sure, Ahmad has proof in the form of the results of his experiment, but since his findings speak to a problem on a grander scale than direct and/or aggressive user-to-user discrimination, the solution isn't quite so simple.Judice said she focused on relationships with white men because of history.“Relationships with other men of color don’t hold the same historical dimensions,” she said.