John Tierney blogs in the New York Times about a study of "speed-dating" Columbia University:
There’s also a clear gender divide, as the researchers note: ”Women of all races exhibit strong same race preferences, while men of no race exhibit a statistically significant same race preference.”
That part about men having no preference sounds a bit like an artifact of doing the study at an Ivy League school where men have to be on their guard for ideological deviancy. Ivy League women, in contrast, would just slough off charges of racism with Ivy League feminist-quality logic: "I can't be a racist because I'm a feminist!"
Here are the study's results for women:
African-American women said yes about 30 percent less often to Hispanic men; about 45 percent less often to white men; about 65 percent less often to Asian men.
White women said yes about 30 percent less often to black or Hispanic men, and about 65 percent less often to Asian men.
Hispanic women said yes about 20 percent less often to black or white men, and 50 percent less often to Asian men.
Asian women didn’t discriminate much by race (except for showing a very slight preference for Asian men over black or Hispanic men).
And now you know why the Bitter Asian Men are so bitter.